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  1. #27
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    Its part of maintenance to Thompson's water seal the platform every year! Jeez

  2. #28
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    He owns the company,,I admire that he will claim it. This thread will not help future calls, Im against slander it;s a M0Rtal SiN But a picture says a thousand words.
    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    This is a first! Someone defending their crappy work..

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    They could have at least made a stand out of 4x4 treated lumber or somthing like that. That would be cheap, it would probably only take half an hour and only use $30 worth the wood. It wouldn't look any uglier than a cinder block and a shipping skid.

    That way you wouldn't have to worry about a couple of kids standing on a sidewalk being killed when that thing fell off the roof and landed on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike19 View Post
    That way you wouldn't have to worry about a couple of kids standing on a sidewalk being killed when that thing fell off the roof and landed on them.
    After that happens and the lawyers get involved, good luck.

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    There is a safety, the refrigerant lines, cant you see the tar-mound for the lineset. its built up high enough to keep it from sliding off even when the pallet rots away

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    I've seen this a few times on the ground but NEVER on a rooftop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstone1982 View Post
    Since the last 4 contractors have been jacking up the previous system while putting 134a in a 502 system. Which not to mention any names, was the company that posted this picture and really does not do any business in the area for that reason.
    The person that posted this quit working for these guys back when you could buy 502.
    Some people know the cost of everything but the value of nothing.

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    Interesting thread... I love the cinder block and pallet roof platform.

    CT

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