I'm looking at a retirement condo for my Father in Law in Jenison / Grand
(Retirement investments tied to MI economy have not played out...)
They're requiring a furnace inspection prior to close. Any one know a good
contractor that can take a look?
We can all find a red flag issue & I'm trying to avoid an expensive
replacement, but will if it's justifiable.
Grandkids need him around for awhile, so it need to be safe, (besides, it's
their college funds buying in...)
Condos were built in the 70's so this might be original, or 2nd generation
80% at best.
800 sf (thinking 30-40Mbh & 1T A/C) A/C replacement is an option, but not
top of the list.
I'll probably be travelling there around Christmas for closing & the move,
but preliminaries need to buttoned up before then.
It's a "fixer upper"... I sure wish he knew how to e-mail some digital pics.
It has a stackable washer/dryer unit that doesn't heat... I'm thinking
igniter, but I can't see it over the phone. (I'm not even sure it's gas...)
A few years back I bought a dryer igniter from a wholesaler on Clyde Park(?)
where I ran into a local Carrier tech that let me purchase using his
account. I thanked him then, & I'll thank him again if he happens to be
thx & goodluck
(10+ hrs from GR,MI./less if the WI HP isn't looking,
big $$$ if they are.)
I'm in the Rochester Ny area. Been meaning to visit a friend in Lima, OH
sometime this month. Also my family is having a funeral for an aunt of mine,
who died. Near Dayton, OH. Services on the 14th. Is that of any help?
I was hoping the comet riders were not having funerals for "live" people but
who knows what happens when they don the majik undies.
If it was his "aunties" who knows; does incompetence run in the family?
Tekkie Don\'t bother to thank me, I do this as a public service.
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