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Radiators that needs to be saved - NJ

JimmyNJJimmyNJ Member Posts: 94
edited May 22 in Strictly Steam
A friend of mine sent me an image of this FB post about radiators being for sale for $20 a piece. I don’t have a FB account so can’t actually respond to the person and ask why on earth they ripped them out in the first place. Sharing here in case some of you steam heads might be in the market or if one of the pros on here (Dave LaBar?) perhaps get some old radiators for future jobs if they have the space to store them. The picture in the posting made me 😞. This is for pickup in Summit NJ.

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  • SteamheadSteamhead Member Posts: 13,775
    edited May 22
    It says they were working until torn out. Probably some heat-pump pusher took advantage of the fact that you can't fix stupid.

    @Dave0176 ?
    @EzzyT ?
    @clammy ?
    @JohnNY ?
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  • EzzyTEzzyT Member Posts: 969
    I personally don’t do Facebook but I’ll have Fred my partner reach out to them.
    Creative Solutions Plumbing & Heating LLC
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  • JohnNYJohnNY Member Posts: 2,432
    Meh. When I get old radiators, I pay a scrap guy to take them away unless they're in some way exceptional.
    For installations, troubleshooting, and private consulting services, find John "JohnNY" Cataneo here at :
    "72°F Mechanical, LLC"
    Or email John at [email protected]
    John is the Boilers and Hydronic Heating Systems Course Instructor at NYC's Mechanics Institute, a professional Master Plumber, licensed by The Department of Buildings of The City of New York, and works extensively in NYC while consulting for clients in and out of state.
    John also oversees mechanical installations and maintenance for metro-area clients with his family's company, Gateway Plumbing and Heating along with his brother/business partner.
  • Mad Dog_2Mad Dog_2 Member Posts: 3,464
    They look exceptional, but storing them and carting them around is another story. Mad Dog
    To learn more about this professional, click here to visit their ad in Find A Contractor.
  • GordoGordo Member Posts: 727
    edited May 23
    Mad Dog_2 said:

    They look exceptional, but storing them and carting them around is another story. Mad Dog

    Are we not men?

    "Steamhead" on Gordo's computer

    >:)
    All Steamed Up, Inc.
    "Reducing our country's energy consumption, one system at a time"
    Steam, Vapor & Hot-Water Heating Specialists
    Oil & Gas Burner Service
    Baltimore, MD (USA) and consulting anywhere.
    https://heatinghelp.com/find-a-contractor/detail/all-steamed-up-inc
    luketheplumber
  • CanuckerCanucker Member Posts: 604
    > @Gordo said:
    > (Quote)
    > Are we not men?
    >
    > "Steamhead" on Gordo's computer
    >
    > >:)

    We are Devo?
    You can have it good, fast or cheap. Pick two
    Jakekethicalpaul
  • ShalomShalom Member Posts: 153
    edited May 27
    I want the small one in the back.

    (In fact I want all of them, but my wife would kill me, and so would my back. I have long wanted to replace the radiators in my house with in-wall convectors, because there's just no room.)

    Is there any way to contact them outside of Facebook? I don't do Facebook.
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