The installation of my new American Standard HP, vs air handler and Honeywell zone system is underway and I'm a little concerned. Maybe I'm just paranoid from reading all the horror stories on this forum, but then again maybe not.
The air handler was relocated into the garage from the rafter space above. The installers are going to reconnect to the existing ductwork in the rafter space and insulate the exposed ductwork off the air handler. The upper story overhangs the garage by 2', hence the jog in the ductwork on the air handler. Does this look okay?
Any comments would be appreciated.
How about the new line set that is just suspended in mid-air right by the door? Seems someone could hit it causing a rupture or something.
This is the sealent as applied to a duct joint - notice the air gaps (black spaces)
>>>edit... resized pictures
[Edited by jultzya on 12-06-2005 at 05:58 PM]