The local Goodman distributor has the Goodman CLQ 14 seer condensers (R22)
on sale/clearance for a pretty good price- $709 for a 3ton unit.
I went ahead and bought a 2ton and 3ton unit, and the 3ton unit is very
large- about 10" taller than the newer Goodman GSC14 series condensers.
Has anyone seen any problems with these CLQs? They have a scroll compressor,
but the condenser coil setup looks a little unusual with two coils in
parallel (one sitting on top of the other) and that is what seems to make
the unit so tall.
Also a secondary question- got a new 6cfm RobinAir Vacuum pump and it
recommends changing the oil after every use- I typically have changed the
oil on my old unit after the oil starts looking cloudy or after vacuuming
down after a burned-out compressor replacement- how often are others
changing the vacuum pump oil?
KEEE-RIST! No, lets DONT post our prices. How bout they get emailed
instead of having all the lurking homemoaners on here see pricing.
They'll all wonder why we arent installing them for $10 over our cost.
On Fri, 22 Jun 2007 11:13:13 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
Its not the price of the boxes, its the many years of training, education,
and experience, then add the tens of thousands of dollars in specialized
tools, and equipment, then there are all of the associated costs of running
a business.... then there is this little matter of salary, and compensation
package (medical, dental, retirement, vacation, etc).
When they try to poor mouth me, or try to get me to lower the price for cash
or any of that crap, I just show them my flat rate price book and tell them
thats what it costs, and its not negotiable.
Speaking of [flat pricing] Nooney... what price book do you use? I've been
looking at several, and I've located one software company that is touting a
$3,000 price tag and I can update and print all the books I want. [Just
curious who you like?]
"Noon-Air" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Well, I'm in the process of switching to flat rate and I'm using Excel to
make up my own books.
I feel it will not only aid in the process of finding the exact location of
the charge later, but it will be tailor made for what I see in my area. The
whole reason to go flat rate is to make things simple. Flipping through
extra garbage isn't making it simple. It adds to the time it takes to figure
the bill and that is money in itself.
Save the copy on your computer. Make corrections and print new pages
whenever needed. Whether it's an increase in a product cost or adding a line
item to the page. Print the page that's needed and replace the old outdated
I can't wait to get the whole thing in place and working!
I tried something similar but it takes for ever [time wise]. And to update
can be a real pain in the butt.
I was hoping a commercially available program could be easily updated
[either using Trade Price Book or my accounting software] and update across
the board and print without a lot of labor.
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