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What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Part 1 Fuse/Thinkstock

What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Part 1

Some of these things were silly mistakes Some of the things I saw were minor infractions Comfort is an elusive beast, with no real measurable parameters or metrics The focus of this series of columns is things I have seen in the field that could have been avoided Tune in next month as we continue our journey into what can happen if we are not in total control of these wonderful comfort systems

In my previous business life I was an expert witness. In this capacity, I was called upon to review the work of other tradespeople and make a judgment call on the quality and craftsmanship of many defective hydronic and radiant installations. I’ve have seen things that would cause the hair on the back of your neck to stand up.

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