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    Default plant that thing

    picture says enough

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    Must be a ground source heat pump!


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    Is that inset dk gray square above housing the disconnect too?

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    Default Re: plant that thing

    Could you determine how that stone was installed? One inch air gap? Manufactured stone or real? Looks real but its hard to tell from a picture.
    Any signs of leaks at the baseboards or walls?

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    Yes, disconnect embedded in the stone veneer.

    Water intrusion issues highly likely with this lick 'em and stick 'em veneer. No flashings visible at sills that slope back towards the house. Only a bit of caulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Dirks Jr View Post
    Yes, disconnect embedded in the stone veneer.

    Water intrusion issues highly likely with this lick 'em and stick 'em veneer. No flashings visible at sills that slope back towards the house. Only a bit of caulk.
    Nice Catch on the DK there are some serious issues with this install how old was the unit, looks kind of new.


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Bell View Post
    Must be a ground source heat pump!



    My first though as well, you beat me to it.


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