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Old 11-21-2010, 12:42 PM   #76
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Around here, it requires a permit. If you're doing work on commercial property or rental homes, the permit requires plumbing/gas fitter license number. When a DIYer pull a permit, they have to state that it is for their own property that they do intend to occupy themselves.
An apartment complex may have anyone of their employee's licensed and certified if they wish. And do the work themselves. And many do in those areas that require a license, cert and permit.

In other areas. Landlords are exempt from having to live on the property. But must show proof they own the property.

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Old 11-22-2010, 03:22 AM   #77
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Savyconsumer,

Basically, what you found is a good contractor, who charges less..


I am looking to do the same, if you don't mind can you please email me at , so I can get some guidance from you.


I can not thank you enough for sharing the info!! I am in a situation where I need to get this done soon so any help is greatly appreciated!!
Dude...your email showsyou as a hvac pro. What advice could you get from a customer? Should be the other way around unless you are trolling for side work in violation of site rules.
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Old 11-22-2010, 05:16 AM   #78
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Dude...your email showsyou as a hvac pro. What advice could you get from a customer? Should be the other way around unless you are trolling for side work in violation of site rules.
He's a home owner looking to find a cheap priced/more economically priced contractor, or equipment distributor.

I know the supply house that the other guy was talking about.
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Of course. I find it funny. That he is looking at 2 stage 16 and 18 SEER Amana equipment. And wanting to find a cheap price.
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friggin' troll..

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