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  1. #1
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    my house, let the nitpicking begin!

    Lennox SLP98UH070V36B
    Lennox XP21-024-230
    Lennox Icomfort
    Lennox Pureair
    Lennox Powered Humidifier
    Lennox UV Lights

    entire install done by yours truly

    all duct near furnace redone (plenum, return, offset and radius boot all made by hand, by me)

    almost all gas piping in home redone, due to being ridiculous

    install still work in progress, need to hardwire uv lights and install condensate pump

    let me know what you guys think
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    Nice looking rig you got there.
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    10mm, because it's better than .45acp

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    Pretty work

    don't forget your drainline on the coil

    and I don't like your O.D. Unit stand, I like to build them on a pressure treated deck platform then put snow legs on if needed.


    But very nice work

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    Very Nice.

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    PVC supports

    Excellent clean work.
    But I cannot see any hangers or supports for your vent pipes.
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    Really CLEAN and neat install... I am sure in your area it fits all applicable codes... Down here we usually put a pan under the furnace regardless of where or how it is mounted. Just local stuff.

    The orange T-stat caught my eye... Does Lennox make that or did you 'customize' that...
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    Wow great looking work, you'll enjoy this for years and years.

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    Hmm

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Mech View Post
    Pretty work

    don't forget your drainline on the coil

    and I don't like your O.D. Unit stand, I like to build them on a pressure treated deck platform then put snow legs on if needed.


    But very nice work
    you got a picture of what that looks like

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    Quote Originally Posted by zw17 View Post
    Nice looking rig you got there.
    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Mech View Post
    Pretty work

    don't forget your drainline on the coil

    and I don't like your O.D. Unit stand, I like to build them on a pressure treated deck platform then put snow legs on if needed.


    But very nice work
    drain for the evap will be installed with the condensate pump.

    i'd be curious to see to pics of your HP stand. this stand is from lennox built specifically for these HP's and i believe it looks very clean and is quite sturdy.

    and thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by 2hot2coolme View Post
    Very Nice.
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    Excellent clean work.
    But I cannot see any hangers or supports for your vent pipes.
    i didn't support the pvc on the vertical but it's supported every other floor joist on the horizontal.

    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Really CLEAN and neat install... I am sure in your area it fits all applicable codes... Down here we usually put a pan under the furnace regardless of where or how it is mounted. Just local stuff.

    The orange T-stat caught my eye... Does Lennox make that or did you 'customize' that...
    never heard of using a secondary pan unless it's above a living space (attic). haha the orange stat is due to the lighting in the hall.

    and thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by maniak View Post
    Wow great looking work, you'll enjoy this for years and years.
    thanks, you bet i will

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    man ya'll nothern boys are lucky we dont have basements in this part of texas must be nice working in a basement. try putting the same unit in a three and a half foot attic when the attic temp is 160 plus i think im moving up north so i can make easy money. hey southernmech please tell me your joking about making condencer pad out of any kind of wood so do you go out and fix it for free when the condencer fall through the rotted base not trying to be a butt head just wanted to know if you warranty your work

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin&sonsa/c View Post
    man ya'll nothern boys are lucky we dont have basements in this part of texas must be nice working in a basement. try putting the same unit in a three and a half foot attic when the attic temp is 160 plus i think im moving up north so i can make easy money. hey southernmech please tell me your joking about making condencer pad out of any kind of wood so do you go out and fix it for free when the condencer fall through the rotted base not trying to be a butt head just wanted to know if you warranty your work
    No, not joking, we build pressure treated stands just like a deck.Pressure treated lumber does not rot. Most of this is cause we are in a flood plain and the unit's have to be up to a certain elevation.
    And no smart @ss we don't have to go and fix them, do you have to go fix your deck?

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    LOL!!! i wasnt trying to get you worked up i understand about you having to build them up because of a fllod plain i was just asking and i poor concrete pads for all of my units and if you think that there is a material out there composite , pressure treated etc. that wont rott over time than smartt @ss your wrong.

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