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Post #148394947 added 07-09-2021 11:33 PM by jimschoice in Deal Talk
It was blown in fiberglass. The rest of the house has rolled fiberglass.
Post #148390996 added 07-09-2021 5:42 PM by Bboy486 in Deal Talk
What type of insulation?
Post #148375081 added 07-08-2021 11:41 PM by jimschoice in Deal Talk
We have an 18000 Mitusbishi in our 2 car garage in Palm Springs. When it was 122 out a week or so ago, it kept the garage at 83 degrees. The remote control thermostat isn't the most accurate on...
Post #147730921 added 06-08-2021 7:27 PM by PlanetoftheMapes in Deal Talk
Yes, if someone feels uncomfortable with doing a standard HVAC install then the DIY MRCOOL units are a good option for them.
Post #147710641 added 06-07-2021 7:12 PM by palindrome in Deal Talk
I called mrcool and verified that the refrigerant is in their lineset for extensions.. the first 16' is from the condenser. It is how you can still diy with extending linesets, there is a special...
Post #147688801 added 06-06-2021 3:18 PM by sdwatcher1027 in Deal Talk
Yes, received mine on Thursday (4 days ago)
Post #147631150 added 06-03-2021 8:35 AM by addoil127 in Deal Talk
Had a system installed couple weeks ago by a local contractor for whole house for $7200 using Mitsubishi units. The contractor gave us a discount as my cousin knew them. Think these were SEER...
Post #147601885 added 06-01-2021 9:11 PM by smr13 in Deal Talk
Yeah, received mine today via freight. Came on a pallet.
Post #147599725 added 06-01-2021 7:09 PM by ctn049 in Deal Talk
Anyone’s order shipped yet?
Post #147462817 added 05-25-2021 1:08 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
Yeah, I didn't see that. NATE is just testing certification (like being certified in Microsoft or something like that). IMOP it's more of a marketing gimmick (not that the testing is necessarily...
Post #147462073 added 05-25-2021 12:31 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
And just how long have you been licensed and worked in HVACR. Where did I say there wasn't any humidity??? Did you not read my 2nd statement where I said most basements already have high RH and...
Post #147462001 added 05-25-2021 12:28 PM by calxtreme in Deal Talk
Isn't the MrCool Advantage 12k unit essentially the same unit but cheaper than this? The DuctlessAire was $779, but the MrCool is $717. Both you have to vacuum out. ...
Post #147454720 added 05-25-2021 6:23 AM by geekwithoutacause in Deal Talk
I guess you never learned anything in 20 years then because here you go, saying 12k is big for 300 sqft yet you have no idea about all other factors like insulation windows, windows facing south, etc...
Post #147453409 added 05-25-2021 4:32 AM by Deal Hound in Deal Talk
I think you are right that it just means they can't require you to use particular service providers. Re-reading the actual text of Magnuson-Moss, it only says warrantors can't condition the warranty...
Post #147451543 added 05-24-2021 10:58 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
This is a good answer. I've never seen an AHJ nix this unless there were other devices that they didn't want on there. I'm pretty sure the NEC doesn't require you to match the feeder conductor...
Post #147451132 added 05-24-2021 10:04 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
you always have to lay the extra coil horizontal, it's in the manual somewhere. If you don't you run the risk of oil sitting in the bottom of the loops instead of returning to the compressor; and no...
Post #147450985 added 05-24-2021 9:52 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
MrCool DIY linesets aren't vacuumed. They come precharged with the exact amount of refrigerant, down to the ounce, for that particular length. Otherwise you would have to weigh in a charge for every...
Post #147450952 added 05-24-2021 9:48 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
I don't know why everybody is thinking this. The charge in the condenser is only the amount needed for the condenser itself. The MrCool DIY linesets are precharged with refrigerant down to the exact...
Post #147450679 added 05-24-2021 9:19 PM by BENJAMINB1246 in Deal Talk
Maybe you should do some research before commenting. I've been in HVAC for almost 20 yrs, have installed 100's of mini splits, and have serviced countless numbers of them. So I think I might know...
Post #147434608 added 05-24-2021 5:51 AM by geekwithoutacause in Deal Talk
Nice try but wrong. These ac compressors are not meant to run 24/7 ever. IF you do , the unit is WAY too small. Also, since it's a basement it probably won't gain a lot of heat and the ac will run...
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