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    M14PottyMouth bryjcom's Avatar
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    Talking Furnace/AC repair and replacement

    I'm on my own now. Finally! Thanks to all the people that have used me over the years for their HVAC needs. You've guys have helped my daughter get her gymnastic lessons, bought groceries, baseball equipment for my son, and repaired my car when times where lean for me. Thanks for all your support! My family truly appreciates it.

    I'm officially working for myself now and have more time to give during the days now, instead of coming in the evenings and weekends and as I've always been, I'm fully insured.

    If you need a new furnace, A/C or just need it fixed let me know and we can discuss what needs to be done.

    Prefer to stay in NoCo area down to around the Longmont area. I'm sometimes down in Denver area for a large customer I have down there, so I'm not opposed to coming down there, especially for larger jobs.

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    i need to repair vent line in my house and install a swamp cooler I promised to a client when its warm enough.
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    Dam, I just had my furnance repaired last week. New blower motor $500. I hate calling out of the yellow pages. I would have used you. Nuts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryjcom View Post
    WTS my time. I am a licensed HVAC/R mechanic that is not liking sitting at home right now. Its been pretty slow lately and need to keep working while I'm still young

    If you need a new furnace, A/C or just need it fixed let me know and we can discuss what needs to be done.

    Prefer to stay in No CO area but will travel for larger jobs.

    Thanks
    Bryan
    Its too bad you didn't post this a couple weeks ago, I may have been able to get you a job. I could've gotten you an interview at least, but I don't hire the techs. We just hired two guys so we are fully staffed right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB888 View Post
    i need to repair vent line in my house and install a swamp cooler I promised to a client when its warm enough.
    A vent for what? Dryer vent, Furnace vent, bathroom vent?????

    Does your client already have a swamp cooler and it needs to be replaced or is this a new install?

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    Quote Originally Posted by refryguy View Post
    Its too bad you didn't post this a couple weeks ago, I may have been able to get you a job. I could've gotten you an interview at least, but I don't hire the techs. We just hired two guys so we are fully staffed right now.

    Well I am currently employed and really like were I work, its just really slow right now. I just got a root canal today (lots of $$$$$) , and have a 3rd child on the way and he is going to need some surgeries after birth so I need to start paying off bills and stock up on baby formula.

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    How far north are you?

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    What about a directory of services offered by board members?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryjcom View Post
    A vent for what? Dryer vent, Furnace vent, bathroom vent?????

    Does your client already have a swamp cooler and it needs to be replaced or is this a new install?
    PM me with your number please
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    Quote Originally Posted by newracer View Post
    How far north are you?
    he's about 200' from my house 25 minutes from ft fun. Bryan's done some work for me and vice versa. Good HVAC guy to have do work for you.
    FWIW
    his son is a hard worker too

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