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  1. #1
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    Condensing unit & concrete pad

    hey

    what is the recommended elevation from concrete pad to condensing unit ?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fedo2006 View Post
    hey

    what is the recommended elevation from concrete pad to condensing unit ?

    thanks
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    A/C units can be set directly on the pad. Heat pumps should be raised off the pad.
    Depending how much snow your area gets. Determines how high. We use 6" pump ups here.
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