I am closing the doors to the energy auditing side of my business... I bought a set of equipment a little while ago brand new and used three times once for my self once for a friend and once to prove to a building inspector that a building meet code compliance on air tightness... Since then it has sat un used in storage I would love very much to free up the space and have attached some pictures of the equipment... I have several pictures of everything that i can forward out if someone is interested give me an offer and we can start making a deal!!

Many Thanks

Brad Carter

RecycedEnergy.Carter@gmail.com

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Hi Brad,

Is your equipment still available? If so, how much are you looking to get for it and what state do you live in?

It is still available and I live in NH...

Please e-mail me at recycledenergy.carter@gmail.com if you are interested

do you have a duct blaster?

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