Retired from business.  This is all we have left to sell.

All equipment is like new and comes with all manuals, cases, etc.

Fluke TIR1 Infrared Camera - $3,700  Now $3,000

Retrotec Q46 Blower Door - $2,300  Now $2,000

Retrotec Q32 Duct Tester - $1,300  Now $1,000

Will include shipping.

Contact john@evolvyourhome.com

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John,

I'll be happy to send the combustible gas sniffer to whomever buys it, if you just give me their address. Then you can add it to the list of things for sale.

Thanks Teresa.

Did you receive the check?

You might as well send the sniffer back to me at:

511 Potomac Grove Place

Cary, NC 27519

Thanks.

John,

I have it now, thanks! I'll get the sniffer to you shortly.

Teresa
John,

The gas sniffer is in the mail. Sorry "shortly" ended up being almost two months later.

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