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Old 02-02-2009, 02:34 PM   #1
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I really dislike bragging, it is 76 degrees today and I just came from my buddies, his SOB is so uncomfortable right now! He has the door and windows open too! I just walked in and I have one door open with my surflow running and there is so much difference! I really like my wooden frame! WOODnít be with out one! Book2
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Funny that you should talk about wood framing. I met an owner of an SOB yesterday who said he wished that his had a wood frame like Excel's because his aluminum frame unit get really cold and "sweats" because of the lack of insulation. It's nice to be comfortable in the heat and the cold.
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Looking forward to being able to make those same comments! David
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