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    "Do It Right"

    "'Heating and Cooling" is the name of the company that hacked this one in. I am 100% serious. Not sure if that is schedule 40 or sdr21 for the electrical service.....
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    so.....what's the chance it'll still be up there the next time a big blow comes through?
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    Mike Holmes is having a conniption right now.
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    Wont pass code. No safety chain.
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    Well, the unit CAME on the pallet, they just installed it the way the manufacturer shipped it..

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    That is a purdy decent pallet.
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    Love the way the roof penetration does dual purpose. It keeps it from sliding off too!!

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    What happens when the pallet falls apart or rots out. Don't you just love people that do sh%t work

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    Local crack heads will probably scrap it before the pallet has a chance to rot out
    It's all about heat transfer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by qssfl View Post
    Local crack heads will probably scrap it before the pallet has a chance to rot out
    Good point!

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    Now that is awesome. Commercial work at its best. I wonder if the owners cousin got big bucks to install this one.
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    If they removed the crate, they would have had enough armaflex to completely cover the suction line. How much did they spend on the leveling lumber and cinder block? Wait, that was laying on the ground, they just utilized what was handy and recycled it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldmth44 View Post
    If they removed the crate, they would have had enough armaflex to completely cover the suction line. How much did they spend on the leveling lumber and cinder block? Wait, that was laying on the ground, they just utilized what was handy and recycled it!
    Its about time HVAC became "green". I think you get LEED points for recycled material.

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