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  1. #1
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    We are installing a 90 ton Trane rooftop unit on the building across the street from our shop. It is due to arrive here on Dec.21st. Here is the curb waiting for the roofer to finish.


    This is a picture of our shop from the jobsite roof. I guess I had home court advantage on this job.


    [Edited by benncool on 12-19-2004 at 03:47 PM]

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    Hey benne, be careful on that rubber roof. Watch out for those screws.
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    That must suck. Where will the installers go when they want to take a long coffee break, cut out from work early or drink beer during lunch?
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    We've had a couple jobs close to our shop and I didn't like em. Was too easy for the boss, supervisors, and coworkers to be there to annoy ya. lol

    Can't wait to see a pic of the big ole unit in place.

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    Originally posted by amickracing
    Can't wait to see a pic of the big ole unit in place.
    Me too!

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    Where is the snow? You guys SUCK! Probly still have Tee shirts on. Only -25 here right now....
    You picked a fine time to leave me loose wheel...

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    What's that pointed thing in the woods poking up?
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    Originally posted by DeltaT
    What's that pointed thing in the woods poking up?
    Which one? Picture #1 would be the Bennington Battle Monument. Picture # 2 it would be the smoke stack from the Vermont Veterans Home.

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    Picture #1....I should'a figured it. Thanks.
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    Which one? Picture #1 would be the Bennington Battle Monument.
    *bites lip*... perhaps even my post earlier post mentioning a big unit should be edited? lmao

    Just curious, what has the tarps pulled into the building like that? I'm guessing water, but maybe they have one heck of an exhaust fan? One more question... Can you get a picture of the drops too? Never installed a system that big before, but I can imagine the duct is on the larger side.

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    Now you have no choice but to do the best darn job installing that unit for the following reasons
    1 you will want to show it off to potential clients at your office " well stan you can see the quality of our work right now, just look across the street"
    2 its right across the street from you so you will see it every day and if its not just right it will pick at you forever

    Now we all know you will do the best installation possible so no worries eh?
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    Originally posted by amickracing
    [QUOTE One more question... Can you get a picture of the drops too? Never installed a system that big before, but I can imagine the duct is on the larger side.

    These are some pictures of the supply drop. It is 84 x 30.
    We are using all of the existing return and the main supply trunk over. But we reworked all of the diffusers and branches. We have 44-14" dia. supply diffusers for this system.



    [Edited by benncool on 12-20-2004 at 10:05 AM]

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    Seeing your beautiful work just serves to remind me why I love low temp.


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