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new copanys up and running

And here I thought we worked fast - that blows us out of the water . It does help when you got a nice supplier to lend a hand to bring it down . The most we get is curbside dropoff for the commercial jobs .

A beautiful start to your new company Dave .


  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,079
    frist install for new company

    done afew small things in the frist week and a nice replacement job . took me 9 hrs by myself but it was a work of joy
  • grindog
    grindog Member Posts: 121
    nice install

    I have a few questions?
    judging by the lack of valves is this a power purge set up?
    Is there a seperate circ for the indirect?
    did you pull any muscles in your back trying to loft that boiler in place?
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,079
    Yes hittin the hot tub

    the surplyer i use has a big guy named pete who always willing to help he a great guy ( $20 bucks helps too).

    on the back side there is taco 008 to run the LT 160, i only use valves where they are need for,
  • Brian (Tankless)
    Brian (Tankless) Member Posts: 340
    And watched the Telly

    while you worked:O)

    Judge Judy wasn't as much fun as "The Tussles" at the Wall.

    OK, I'm back, did you really expect me to stay away long?

    Hi Mark H. I couldn't resist it :)

    Very nice work BTW David. Ron Jr. is green with envy "Wide open spaces".

    Brian W.
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,079
    heres on i did

    Ronjr would love this one lol
  • Brian (Tankless)
    Brian (Tankless) Member Posts: 340
    Ron Jr. You Gotta see

    this. You have competition in the claustrophobic, midget, contortionist department.

    His name's D. Sutton & he's gaining on you.

    I got fired for doing the right thing, my truck threw a timing chain, and other "stuff", so I'm sitting on the sidelines just watching.

    Great work D. I have a crick in the neck just looking at it.

    Now to get back under the truck, it's only 92 outside & 90% RH.

    B in Swampland.
  • Paul Rohrs
    Paul Rohrs Member Posts: 357
    Congrats David!

    Great looking install David. I am certain this is the 1st of a long line of professional installations.




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  • Christian Egli
    Christian Egli Member Posts: 277
    Neat color coordination

    Nice touch coloring the wall board blue, to match the Buderus.


    Plywood would be just plywood otherwise.
  • lchmb
    lchmb Member Posts: 2,997
    sore back

    I love the look's of those boilers stacked but my back goes nut's just looking at them. Nice way to start out for a new buisness!! Keep up the good work...
  • Joe@buderus_2
    Joe@buderus_2 Member Posts: 302
    Thanks Dave

    Thanks for posting the pictures! Best of luck with your business. P.S. we offer indirect tanks that STAND next to the boiler instead of under it. Ha - Ha
  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,079
    My pleasure Joe

    Thank you !
  • Gaining on me ?

    He broke the tape while I was 2 laps back . I want to know how he piped the System 2000 with absolutely no room in that closet ? And what was in there before ?

    Wow .
  • The thing that bugs me is,,,

    You had so much room. Why not use a vertical DHW heater?

    I've that exact setup in our house. If I were to use Buderus again; I would more than likely mix & match DHW heaters and allways keep them verticle unless space wasa an isssue.

    Nice neat install. We need more like you out there.:-)


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  • David Sutton_6
    David Sutton_6 Member Posts: 1,079
    Hi Gary

    the home owner wanted it, man with the check rules ;)
  • Liberal Lenny
    Liberal Lenny Member Posts: 33
    Not true

    the man with the back rules. I have yet to have a homeowner disagree with me when it comes to safety. I have installed that combo before, but I had the lift to make a safe installation.Since you have started a company I suggest you take safety suggestions very seriously, never compromise yourself or your employess, there is no such thing as someone giving you a hand, make sure that everyone is protected by liability and workmens comp insurance, if not going into business could be the worst decision you ever made. Get the right safety equipment and look out for your men and women. I don't want to sound like a know it all, just don't want you to get on the wrong side of a claim.Good luck.
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