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Thread: Walk-in crawler

  1. #1
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    Out with the old. . In with the new.

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    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    Beautiful as always, Scott!

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    SUPER

    Very nice. How long did that take ? What's outside ? I've never had to do a crawler... it looks tough.
    Life goes on long after the thrill of living is gone.

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    Great job.

    It really shows when a tech takes pride in his work.
    We've been doing so much,for so long,with so little, that now we can do almost anything, with nothing at all.

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    Very nice looking job.
    Your poor planning does not constitute an emergency on my part!!!!

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    Install

    Thanks for the kind words Gentlemen. York ac unit outside. Job took a little over 3 days broken up by service calls. Some don't like the woven nylon duct hangers but they work well. I use Stainless staples with them.
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    Nice job! I think i just got a stiffy

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    Scottda

    Thanks, thats really nice work in the garage too. To many people say, (who cares what it looks like it works just as good).
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    Scott, how many hours to you commit for a job such as this one? I know you work for yourself so nobody can say ya gotta hurry up. Do you "I'm finished when I'm finished" or do you alot yoursef time period to do this paticular job. I know there is another job in the wings.
    oh ya, Nice job.

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    Time

    I figured 24 on this one.I have someone make the ductwork and I knock it together. Because the crawl door was 31"x31" the furnace and coil cabinet were put together before I went to the job. Same for the return trans, air cleaner and return box. Screwed return and supply ducts on furnace and then removed. Taped everything but those connections ahead of time. Furnace in its box and cabinet box over coil cabinet when it went throught the door. I'll tell you more in person over a few doughnuts. Have a good turkey day.
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    That job looks Tits! You shoulda took pictures of how that system looked Before, while it was in place, probably didn't look nowhere near the After. Again...excellente!

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    Why didn't you get rid of the flex while you were at it?

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    I probably just can't see it, but is there a shut off on the gas line?

    Sweet looking install for sure! You know your good when you can make a taped joint look as nice as that (I'm pooky biased lol).

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