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    I hope they paid you well for a quality job.

    I would like to know if you did any airflow testing before replacing the unit and near unit ductwork to know you would be under TESP or did you just make the best fittings you could and hope for the best?

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    We call it thumb gum. You can get it at most all supply houses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Push It View Post
    I hope they paid you well for a quality job.

    I would like to know if you did any airflow testing before replacing the unit and near unit ductwork to know you would be under TESP or did you just make the best fittings you could and hope for the best?
    Yes I’ve worked on his equipment before going over his concerns with comfort. TESP before was .8”. It took a couple years for them to pull the trigger on this system but they’re extremely happy they did now.

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    Very nice work...

    It's pretty special the first few times you hit .50 static.

    I would change your static probe on supply side of furnace. Go up to about 3/4" below evap and in the very center.

    There is a lot of guys that know what static is and believe you cant get .50 or less on bigger equipment. But you can.

    Great job.

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

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