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Post #148173118 added 06-28-2021 4:07 PM by MellowDime3190 in Deal Talk
Any guess on when it will be in stock?
Post #147736492 added 06-09-2021 6:54 AM by Deal Hound in Deal Talk
If the job requires five hours of labor, the the difference in cost between a $50 and a $200 hourly rate is $750. I had something near the middle of that range in mind when I came up with $2,500. So,...
Post #147735238 added 06-09-2021 5:17 AM by Clinkinfo in Deal Talk
you guys are really discussing labor rates. You have to identify where in the country you’re talking about. The labor rates in the north east and California are far far higher than other parts of...
Post #147735160 added 06-09-2021 5:10 AM by Clinkinfo in Deal Talk
FYI, They aren’t in stock. When you go to buy, they say pickup or shipment in 10 weeks (end of august)
Post #147734926 added 06-09-2021 4:36 AM by Deal Hound in Deal Talk
I can't imagine what's going to happen to labor prices in the professions you mentioned if they ever start building houses again in a big way in this country. Those people are probably already making...
Post #147734791 added 06-09-2021 4:17 AM by Deal Hound in Deal Talk
I can understand how a DIYer might have difficulty checking for leaks or pulling a vacuum properly, but I've never understood the immense difficulty some people (including some professional HVAC...
Post #147734365 added 06-09-2021 2:27 AM by MARAUDER2003 in Deal Talk
I would say it's doable if you pay attention to what you're doing. I watched a few youtube videos and practiced cutting and flaring the copper lines multiple times before doing the final one. Pulled...
Post #147730636 added 06-08-2021 7:07 PM by dmasjz45 in Deal Talk
Most DIY guys don't know jack about cutting and flaring copper, pressure testing, or how to pull a vacuum properly. It's not for your average diyer.
Post #147726274 added 06-08-2021 2:34 PM by palindrome in Deal Talk
Someone please post a deal for a 12k mini split!! It's getting way too hot.
Post #147719563 added 06-08-2021 9:06 AM by geekwithoutacause in Deal Talk
You said it right. It's not about 'net profit' anymore. It's about supply and demand. There is way more demand than supply of hvac contractors. This goes for just about any qualified people...
Post #147719140 added 06-08-2021 8:47 AM by Deal Hound in Deal Talk
I get what you're saying. If I were an HVAC contractor, I probably wouldn't be enthusiastic about installing customer-supplied equipment either if I had plenty of work installing equipment I sold. ...
Post #147717904 added 06-08-2021 7:48 AM by geekwithoutacause in Deal Talk
I think I've seen dryers that somehow have the humidity condensate into a reservoir you then have to empty.
Post #147717847 added 06-08-2021 7:44 AM by Sir Meili in Deal Talk
Here in FL, my house's AC stays around 55-60%. So that's not bad, but you shouldn't have condensation. Also check if your dryer is vented properly and not blocked. The air from your dryer should exit...
Post #147715582 added 06-08-2021 5:09 AM by geekwithoutacause in Deal Talk
57% is high-ish but not bad. But yeah, from what you describe, it sounds like that ac is too big. I live in a super dry climate so it's not an issue other than cycling more often.
Post #147713854 added 06-07-2021 11:50 PM by Slickd3aler in Deal Talk
:scratch: Hmm, that may be what's wrong with the house I'm renting. The previous owner put in a Goodman unit that seemed too big for this 1400 sq ft house. It does cycle on and off a lot and the...
Post #147702718 added 06-07-2021 11:38 AM by Snowbearz in Deal Talk
Read the description of the warranty terms of the page Warranty only applies for professionally installed units. Because this is not one of their DIY units that comes with precharged lines.
Post #147698110 added 06-07-2021 7:56 AM by Ishbi-Benob in Deal Talk
But it doesn't have an inverter.
Post #147698083 added 06-07-2021 7:54 AM by Ishbi-Benob in Deal Talk
But it doesn't have inverter technology.
Post #147697486 added 06-07-2021 7:23 AM by Ishbi-Benob in Deal Talk
Good to know. I often insert a tube into the underside of a window air conditioner drain to direct the water elsewhere. It'd may be handy to have a (after the pump) nipple for attaching a small...
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