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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/2/2009, 4:44 AM

    Yea I would have to agree, unless you know how to do it. These "Hybred" systems can be quite trickey, and if not installed correctly they can go either way, (Overheating, and or...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing10/10/2008, 5:07 AM

    Nice work, looks pretty good. On the GB-142 what is that white box next to the unit? Thanks BJD

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing7/26/2008, 3:39 AM

    There was a post about a month ago on Sharkbites, I for one feel pretty good about them.

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing5/29/2008, 2:38 AM

    Last time I looked Veaga was going to come out with a med gas express press fitting, however if you are just doing a few I would go back to the Silver flow. Yea its a pain to th...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Business5/10/2008, 4:28 AM

    I had a guy like that, always on time however about twice a month he would bang in sick either on a friday or a monday. And yea he did start on the other guys on " Hey whos mak...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing4/9/2008, 4:32 AM

    I always will try the "Cutting Edge" products and have tried these fittings and to say they are a bad product is wrong. They do work, and when installed right they do not leak....

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing2/15/2008, 5:42 AM

    I guess if you flate rate a price for the average job of say 4 hrs, and lets just say for some reason things do go right and your done in less than an hour. This is when things...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing2/15/2008, 5:35 AM

    Pretty simple with the use of a M&M probe type cut off, located in the top of the tank. As there are not any tapping in the side of the tank (aside for the T&P valve) Probe bec...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/28/2008, 5:22 AM

    Years ago I too had to build "the car" with my son, and yes my baby girl also needed one so we ended up building 2. Too think back now almost 12-13 years ago its pretty hard, t...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/28/2008, 5:14 AM

    I have not worked on one of these in some time, say 20 years. Yea it could be the pressure increase, but to be honest with you I would pull that tank out and install a bladder ...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/22/2008, 5:59 AM

    I will say thay yea I get them from time to time, " Kicking Tires" for better pricing. Almost 90% of my business is comm so this really does not affect me to much, however giv...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/10/2008, 4:48 AM

    Yea I done them in Swan Stone/ Corain with either a fiberglass base or poured BJD

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/6/2008, 4:22 AM

    Those air gaps where made for the old machine that did not have one built into the unit. I think all of the machines now have them built in. BJD

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/6/2008, 4:17 AM

    Too be quite honest with you guys, I have put in a few of the Santi units and have yet to have a problem. I dont know maybe they had some flaws years ago, but from my aspect the...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing1/5/2008, 3:40 AM

    yea right just turn the other cheek, huh? No I dont thik so. I have been burnt by people of the same caliber who seem to think that they can and will be the low bidder, and in m...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing12/22/2007, 6:01 AM

    My business is about 85% comm and 15% res. I like comm better as you dont have to deal with HO who have no clue as to what is takeing place. I have seen so many jobs screwed ...

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    BjdPosted new reply in HVAC12/22/2007, 3:27 AM

    I was talking to a buddy of mine about these wood boilers as he installs them. He was telling me about some of the rules about the chinemys. Any of these boilers installed up h...

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    BjdPosted new reply in HVAC12/21/2007, 5:45 AM

    Up around here "The powers that be" have put all kinds of rules before you even try to install one. I guess its the smoke from the boilers that bother some people. BJD

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing12/19/2007, 3:59 AM

    I bought the Rems tool, it came with dies for 1/2 - 2" and for the extra $50.00 I got the 3/8" threaded rod cutter. I think I paid $1200.00 for the complete system, although it...

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    BjdPosted new reply in Plumbing12/18/2007, 2:19 AM

    Yea but think about it, you just bring out your chop saw and a reamer and the press tool. Where as you skip the torch, flux solder sand cloth and the possibality of leaks is qui...

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