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Looking to rent to own tools in Albany, NY

I would like to begin performing energy audits. Problem is, I don't have the money to buy tools. Outside of taking out a loan, is there res…

Started by robert jones

0 Nov 9

2 SETS - MINNEAPOLIS BLOWER DOOR AND DUCT BLASTER + MISC. EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

2 Complete Setups of Minneapolis Blower Door Systems Model 3 Equipment is three (3) years old...Setups include Aluminum Frame, DG-700 Digi…

Started by Rick Halbardier

0 Nov 7

Energy auditor equipment for sale- blower door, duct tester,combustion analyzer

I have the following equipment for sale:1 Retrotec Q46 Blower door1 Minneapolis Duct blaster1 Fyrite Insight combustion analyzerLocal pick-…

Started by David Parker

2 Oct 20
Reply by Andy Li

Home Performance Equipment, Blower Door, Duct Blaster, Testo 327 Gas Analyzer, and CO Monitor

Complete Home Performance Equipment, willing to sell as a complete set or separate into Blower Door, Duct Blaster and Testo Gas Analyzer.…

Started by Sharon Cannizzo

1 Oct 14
Reply by Sharon Cannizzo

Equipment for Sale

After many years in the HVAC & Home Performance industry I have finally decided that I am going to hang up the tool belt and part with…

Started by William Parlapiano

0 Sep 26

Treat Software

I purchased Treat residential software for energy audits several months ago. I am no longer doing comprehensive energy audits and have lit…

Started by Jim Falakos

0 Sep 26

2 Complete Units - Minneapolis Model 3 Blower Doors

Very little use Fully functional, no damage whatsoever. All ring fasteners on blower unit intact. No rust. No tears in door canvas. Velcro…

Started by Darren Randell

0 Sep 25

Minneapolis Blower Door & Test Equipment for Sale!

For Sale - If Interested Contact Patrick @ 816-510-3234 or email pcarter@tcphi.com for further information and details. Qty 1 - Minneapol…

Started by Patrick Carter

3 Sep 20
Reply by Patrick Carter

Ventilating Blower Hi-Power - Variable Speed For Sale

Centrifugal - NEW Variable speed - Very quiet 1140 CFM Free air, up to 1000 CFM flow @ 50 Pa Base blower Vortex VTX1200 Good for duct testi…

Started by Roman

0 Aug 17

Lighting detection

What are inspectors using to detect the type of lighting found in residential applications? I need a meter to help detect CFL and LED light…

Started by B Eric Bell

1 Aug 14
Reply by Don Hynek

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