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Check out the attached pictures sent to me this morning. this was so funny, I felt compelled to share them.
Joe Mattiello
N. E. Regional Manger, Commercial Products
Taco Comfort Solutions


  • Big Ed_4Big Ed_4 Posts: 1,126Member

    Atleast they used purple primer :)
    I have enough experience to know , that I dont know it all
  • bob_46bob_46 Posts: 813Member

    Thank's Joe! How did you get into my house without my knowing about it?
  • WT..........?

    Thanks for the smile!

    Robert O'Connor/Nj
  • plmbstplmbst Posts: 2Member

  • Rich Kontny_3Rich Kontny_3 Posts: 562Member
    Un real!

    Where is he insurance carrier who insures this type of work!
  • Charlie from wmassCharlie from wmass Posts: 4,070Member

    Rusty walker must have been hang out with his cousin johnny.
    Cost is what you spend , value is what you get.

    cell # 413-841-6726
  • Mark EathertonMark Eatherton Posts: 5,843Member
    Brought to you by.....

    Home Depot, of COURSE!

    It's not so much a case of "You got what you paid for", as it is a matter of "You DIDN'T get what you DIDN'T pay for, and you're NOT going to get what you thought you were in the way of comfort". Borrowed from Heatboy.
  • Big WillBig Will Posts: 394Member
    my wife and I are speachless

    My two year old daughter laughed. The dog looks guilty. I understand making a mistake because you don't know but really who does stuff like this.
  • Justin TopelJustin Topel Posts: 65Member
    Here another beauty

    I loved the pics. I cant stop shaking my head. Here is one I ran into lately. I wondered why the T&P drop looked a little short.
  • Mad Dog_2Mad Dog_2 Posts: 3,455Member
    I LOVE THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Proves my point how the introduction of plastic pipe and tubing and flexible products have rendered the mechanical industry a free-for-all especially in the residential sector..The "NUTHIN'" Principle: NO LICENSE< NO INSURANCE< NO TOOLS< NO WORK TRUCK< NO EDUCATION...............NO NUTHIN!!!!!!!. Look, plastic pipe and pex are here to stay and have some definite advantages. That being said, the skills that I was fortunate enough to have learned when I first entered the trade: lead wiping, screw pipe. lead an oakum, silver brazing, and soldering are less and less necessary. So,the skills become obsolete and lost. Then, when basic mechanical ability is called is nowhere to be found. Mad Dog

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  • Big WillBig Will Posts: 394Member
    Cant argue with that

    Some of the service techs working for companies in this area really have no place in a service van. I have friends at a local company. The owner hired his son away from his job at a coffee shop. After six weeks riding along with another service tech he was taking calls. More and more I hear from my other customers. The other guy looked at it for five minutes and told me to replace it. Bad circuit board or dirty filter even some times. It is depressing to think about.

    I should have taken pics. The guy who owned our house last used PVC glue on the abs slip joint under every sink. The lighting for the driveway and the garage was all lamp wire twisted together and taped.
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