Gallery Some people may not appreciate this as much as others, but there are 3 wires under the same screw!! Only 1 wire can go under a screw terminal. This is a Rheem 16 SEER A/C unit that I installed. Since the ground was sloped, this bad boy got it's own mini foundation. This is the indoor counterpart to the 16 SEER A/C. This is a Rheem 96% efficient gas furnace with A/C. There was actually a ceiling fan mounted to this. It's really a box extension that somebody used as a ceiling box. They even filled the little missing corner with electrical tape. Check out the nice sharp bend right at the connector fitting. Not cool. This is a boiler's heat exchanger before I cleaned it. I had to empty my shop vac twice while cleaning this boiler out. This is what that boiler's heat exchanger is supposed to look like. Unbelievable! This is a chimney vent pipe that is almost clogged with scale and dirt. Here is a water heater that I installed in a commercial setting. This is looking inside of a water heater from the bottom element hole. The bottom 6 inches of the water heater were filled with scale, essentially rendering the bottom element useless. Here is a new water heater element beside one from a house with hard water. This new one doesn't have a chance. Here is another classic example of what to expect with hard water. The customers were complaining of their lights flickering. If let go any longer, they could've started to fry their electronics. This is view of the top of a service cable on the side of a house. The weather head cap has been missing for a while, and as a result the sun has destroyed the wire's insulation. A furnace's blower fan that had been "serviced" every year. By another company!! This is a piece of paper that I found in someone's blower fan in their furnace. Look at the mold growing on it. Another blower fan that had been "serviced" regularly. This filter was from a rental house. Don't rely on the tenants to keep up on this stuff. Make sure the filters are being changed. This is the underside of an indoor A/C coil. Keeping your filters changed will prevent this. This is one of my favorites. It is an A/C coil that has cat hair woven into it. I built this nice platform out of treated lumber to get this heat pump unit off the ground. Wrapping this dryer exhaust vent with insulation will keep moisture from condensing inside of it and leaking into the house. Here is another Rheem furnace install. This customer had a leaking pipe underneath the cement floor of his bathroom. So I cut it up and exposed the pipes. Here I have replaced all of the leaking copper drain pipes. These were about 18 inches down. I packed small stone dust (cinders) all around the pipes to secure them and to protect them. This is what your well pump pressure tank should look like. Stainless Steel fittings are the only way to go nowadays. A nice Tankless Water Heater. A typical looking panel installation from Sheaffer Mechanical.