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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayguy View Post
    Love the lineset outside!! Wish I done that on mine.
    with drier inside though
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  2. #15
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    refrigerant piping is nice, drier will be a rust ball in a few years being outside, and there could be a better fitting for the return or some turning vanes in there and I dont like the roll strap on the pvc, I like a strap that is made for it like a j hook or a clevis hanger or a autogrip hanger or snap rod hangers or a trapeze and strut clamps, I know roll strap is easy, just one of my pet peeves. I dont even have a roll on my truck I hate that stuff. Also do you guys always wrap the duct when its in conditioned space? If finished basement I dont think its necessary, not that it will hurt anything. Also The electric would have look alot better with hard conduit, that was probably the electricians, I bought 50' of conduit today for $9, cheaper to buy conduit and wire than it is to use flex and it looks a whole lot better.

  3. #16
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    nice

    one of the few that belong on the wall of PRIDE good work
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  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lash View Post
    1" filter?

    whats wrong with that? not everybody wants a 4" or 5" filter, the 1" filters aren't bad. they cost a buck, change them monthly.

  5. #18
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    looks nice, you guys always insulate your ductwork? is it worth the cost to the homeowner?

  6. #19
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    The pictures show that you have pride in your work.
    My father always told me it only takes a little longer to do the job right.
    Well done. (I would only suggest moving the liquid line drier inside).

  7. #20
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    nice looking job However I have to disagree with using 1" filters period.... Put in 3ms best filter and do a static preassure test. Once I became NCI certified I never installed a 1" again. condinsate pump have saftey switch?

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by refrigmaster View Post
    whats wrong with that? not everybody wants a 4" or 5" filter, the 1" filters aren't bad. they cost a buck, change them monthly.
    I agree. Most HO's are not going to be to happy when they go to the builders box store and have to spring for the retail on the 4" filter. i usually run the pro's and con's to the owner and let them decide.
    "It's always controls"

  9. #22
    nice looking install you do not see one that clean very often

  10. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by skwsproul View Post
    I agree. Most HO's are not going to be to happy when they go to the builders box store and have to spring for the retail on the 4" filter. i usually run the pro's and con's to the owner and let them decide.

    Thank you sir!!

  11. #24
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    Great job!!

    I haven't done any rectangular ductwork before but would like to learn. finding the time now is the hard thing. I do all round pipe, which still looks good but I really enjoy seeing this type of setup. You'll stay busy if your willing to do it.

  12. #25
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    dude, nice job!

  13. #26
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    You forgot a switch to turn it off, most h/o's don't know enough to look for a circuit breaker.

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