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Hi Nicholas, Just looked at pictures of the historic chapel. I remember you posting the project on the Steam section. Wondering how it turned out. Also, what you ended up doing for AC and whether or not you're pleased with those results. We're currently looking at adding AC to more of our property in DAvenport. It's a challenge fitting it in. It looks like we will be doing ducted mini splits, in one arrangement or another. So many options. Dave
Follow up to my first response. I see that my "direct to you" response did not post publicly, so I can be more direct: I can't address your comment publicly since I don't know whether the contractor views/reads this site. I recently discovered that I have a new problem resulting from the contractor's recent work. To wit: the contractor's work was immaculate, however, he did not conform to spec on the near-boiler close nipple dimension and on the tie-in height relative to boiler water level. Unbelievable rookie mistakes. I now am experiencing hammer at shut down. After eliminating all possible causes using Dan H's books, the cause has to be the non-spec near-boiler piping. Have yet to address w/ contractor (who fought me tooth and nail on the other stuff in spite of the fact that his as-installed was irrefutably wrong; has caused long system damage, etc). Just wanted to let you know since you asked. Will update publicly when able. Regards, KevinK