Jose Macho's Discussions (22)

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"No simple answer....It's all about placement, number of outdoor condensing units (af…"

Jose Macho replied Feb 19 to Whole-house Ductless Mini-split install costs

4 Feb 19
Reply by Jose Macho

"The pin or socket type fixtures were manufactured by a few companies and are no long…"

Jose Macho replied Jul 8, 2014 to Flickering LED lights

22 Feb 5
Reply by nakeme

"Your problem is indeed the built-in dimmer electronics in the fan that allow a gradu…"

Jose Macho replied Jul 3, 2014 to Flickering LED lights

22 Feb 5
Reply by nakeme

"I would agree- most likely the dimmer. Older dimmers are problematic as well as chea…"

Jose Macho replied Jul 3, 2014 to Flickering LED lights

22 Feb 5
Reply by nakeme

"I agree with Brian's assessment as the these condensing units do require maintenance…"

Jose Macho replied May 15, 2014 to Tankless Water Heaters... has their time finally come?

32 May 28, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Connecticut provides a subsidy on  the retail cost of certain LED/CFL lighting  purc…"

Jose Macho replied May 15, 2014 to Where did you buy your LED lights?

23 Nov 14, 2014
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"The broader question is energy analytics- the Nest being one of a number of products…"

Jose Macho replied Jan 31, 2014 to Google Nest Acquisition- Where the Home Energy Market is Going

16 Feb 7, 2014
Reply by Tom DelConte

"I have seen in a 30yr old condo  below slab PVC pipe ductwork had major problems wit…"

Jose Macho replied Sep 13, 2013 to Underground ductwork

19 Oct 8, 2013
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"For the true audiophile, reversing the polarity causes the speakers to be "out of ph…"

Jose Macho replied Aug 1, 2013 to Insulating in-wall/in-ceiling speakers

26 Aug 9, 2013
Reply by Pat Dundon

"For the typical 2-way (meaning 2 speakers, tweeter and woofer) in-wall rectangular s…"

Jose Macho replied Aug 1, 2013 to Insulating in-wall/in-ceiling speakers

26 Aug 9, 2013
Reply by Pat Dundon

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