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Old 11-27-2006, 11:44 PM   #1
 
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This was a complete re-roof on hutchinson island after the hurricanes 2 years ago, imagine what all the old units looked like after being tossed around on the deck(they were sitting on the deck, not strapped down, this condo was within 2 miles of landfall of hurricanes Francis and Jean 100 feet from the ocean). We installed the hurricane stands, heat pumps (64 of them),roof jacks,new line sets,pancake air handlers, & new ductwork in all units.
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Old 11-27-2006, 11:50 PM   #2
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Neat! Which condo? The one to the north looks like 'the black condo'.

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This is Island Beach Resort, next to the old Shuckers restaraunt(actually connected to it).
That condo in the pic is actually to the south,I think it is the admiral(not sure) the one to the north was destroyed...I think it WAS a bed and breakfast place.
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oops, my mistake, that building is north....I just noticed the hatch location(north end).
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a few more..from the north.
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Very nice, clean, and neat install.
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Nice Job!
I noticed that the linesets were wrapped and painted in white. What is that exactly?
Where are the electrical disconnects located?

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cha ching!
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very neat, very professional, clean and striaght nice bends...alittle nicer there off the ground too great for the air flow
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Well I feel dumb this was from '06
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Looks great! Real good work.
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Good looking job!

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