Like the title says, I have three sets of equipment for sale: 

 

1. Used Minneapolis Blower Door and Duct Blaster set

2. Used Retrotec Blower Door and Duct Tester set

3. New, never been used Retrotec Blower Door and Duct Tester set.

 

All of the sets come with two monometers/gauges.  In the interest of time I have not listed all the details for each set.  I thought I would see if there is any interest and then toss in the details if there is interest.

Thanks for taking a look!

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Here is a picture of the Retro set up also.

  Hey Brooke, let me know  what dollars you need for the sets.

We may have need for some replacement Retrotec because someone decided they needed to take ours.

Im in Seattle, hope all is going well for you. Shawn

We will figure out how to PM me.

Shawn! Great to hear from you.  Go ahead and email me at maryjaneshouse@hotmail.com and I can send you my phone number.  Thanks!

Brooke, I am interested in the Retrotec Blower Door set and Duct Tester set. How can I get details & price? Thanks, Kip 

Kip,

Thanks for your reply.  I apologize for my delayed response.  My schedule became extremely busy.  You can message me and I will give you my phone number to go over the details of each set, but the pricing is as follows:

New, never been used Retrotec: $4200.00

Used Retrotec: $3700.00

Used Minneapolis: $3500.00

All of these prices include shipping and are negotiable based on the shipping location and costs.

Kip, I see that you are located in Oregon.  I am also in Oregon.  We could definitely discuss some lower prices and possibly get the equipment delivered in person if you are still interested of course. :)

Would you be interested in selling just the MB ductblaster kit? Let me know thanks - stuart@airtightinspections.com

If you could send me the cost of the Minneapolis Blower Door and Duct Blaster set I would appreciate it. You can email me at devonpkelly@gmail.con
Thanks,
Devon

i imagine you have sold everything by now

but if you haven't i a interest in the minneapolis duct blaster

however, i am in ohio, so shipping might be expensive.

Dwayne,

Actually, I do still have the Minniapolis set.  Shipping shouldn't be a problem.  I will message you with my phone number.

Hi, do you still have the Minneapolis set?.. Let me know. Thanks. Alfredo
You can reach me at alfredo@e3-elements.com

do you have any duct blasters available?

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