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The AC people's truck.
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The unit during installation.
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The vent in Marjorie's room. A similar vent is in the other two bedrooms and the hallway.
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One of the pillars. It's 24 inches deep and 24 inches wide. It is partially decoration, and partially support for the furrdown that spans across the center of the room.
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And the pillar on the other side. These pillars will be used for 3 purposes. The primary purpose is a place to hide the return air ducts. In front of those ducts on one side will be bookshelves or nicknak shelves and the other side will be a mini bar. There's just enough room to fit the beer fridge I have in one of them.
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The center furrdown may or may not actually carry a payload, but it serves to provide a visible division to the rooms and also to hide the holes in the ceiling. Had I not done this, I would have had to do some significant framing to the ceiling to hang drywall all the way to the edges. The living room ceiling will get redrywalled since it's in bad shape. The dining room one will likely remain as is.
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The compressor outside.
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The disconnect box for the compressor. 220V at 30 amps.
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This metal frame encloses the copper pipes that feed to the unit up in the attic from the compressor.
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This is the gas pipe for the furnace upstairs. It's yellow and flexible. Apparently also quite expensive. At least it was easy to run.
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The return air vent for upstairs.
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How the gas pipe enters the attic. Had I been awake when he was installing it, I would probably have had him run it under the plywood through one of the joists. Oh well, I can always fix it later.
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My electric panel in the attic is out of circuits. Even with me doubling up on them. Time for a larger panel I suppose :) It's getting kinda crowded up here.
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The duct that feeds Marjorie's room.
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The unit.
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And the rest of it. The pipes are to drain condensation. The main goes down behind the wall in the bathroom to drain into the sink p-trap. The spare is an emergency overflow that drains outside.
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Power and gas.
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The vent venting outside.
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The hole where the gas pipe enters the attic. Didn't get a good shot of it.
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Lotsa ductwork.
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