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  1. #1
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    York variable speed two piece air handler with 13 seer 410a heatpump. I apologize for poor picture quality. More to come.

  2. #2
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    Thats really poor, I cant even see it.
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  3. #3
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    sorry problems posting pics any advice on how?

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    http://www.photobucket.com is a free image hosting website

    go there upload and the post here

  5. #5
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    13 seer affinity heat pump 410a





    Indoor variable speed airhander hung in knewall with trunk ran in a "U" into the other kneewall supplying 2 floors and a basement


















    let me know what you think

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    Other than the blurry pictures, looks great to me. You gonna hide that lineset with something?

  7. #7
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    going back monday to go over the systrem with the custome,r who has yet to move in, and plan on finishing a few odds and ends including putting the lineset in a piece of down spout. I'll try and take some better pics then, I was in a hurry when i snapped these and realized they were all blurry when i was showing them back at the office

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    Ya, that was gonna be my question, the one about the lineset being covered. Other than that looks great. Is that bubble wrap? How does it's cost compare to foilback?

  9. #9
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    Cost per roll is a little more expensive than foil back per foot, but you eliminate all scrap and waste of insulation. I save all my scraps from 1 job and use them as spacers to provide the air gap needed to increase the R-value on the next job. As an installer i love it. It looks good, easy to pull tight, and no annoying itch when you go home.

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    A very clean job you did there!

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    looks good .. never seen chains used t osecure a unit though lol .. buble wrap is use by the guys where i work .. its good ,, it has its +'s & -'s .. they 86'd regualr insulation years ago .. only cheap people use that now

  12. #12
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    Good looking work. Is that ductwork running across a finished room exposed? We were York dealers for about 15 years. Still use quite a few air handlers and heat pumps. I always liked the equipment. The office brass switched us to Bryant about 2 years ago. Anyhow, you should be proud of work that looks like that.

  13. #13
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    yeah we ran it across a finished room tight to the wall to jump into the other kneewall customer is going to have a bench seat in front of the window put in to conceal it, it was the only option to get ductwork over to the other side of the house. They just introduced there new line of affinity airhandlers, I got a glimpse of them in a trade magazine and they look good. Can't wait to start putting some in

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