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Re: contractor for Ductless, Mini-Split Air Conditioner/Heat Pumps
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TrentonGirl wrote:
Thanks for the info, folks! Need a contractor myself and didn't know where to turn. However, I do worry that the contractors and suggestions you folks mentioned won't work out. If this is he case, has anyone on here ever used Masters Home Services? I wanna get some real reviews from real people. Air conditioners and heaters are expensive and I want to ensure that I'm getting the best repair person possible.

Anyhoo, any suggestions would be great! Thanks! :D


Any suggestions from anyone? :3

Posted on: 2012/1/1 21:29
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Re: contractor for Ductless, Mini-Split Air Conditioner/Heat Pumps
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Thanks for the info, folks! Need a contractor myself and didn't know where to turn. :D

Posted on: 2011/12/30 0:44
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Re: N.J. has the lowest number of public workers in 8 years -- state union workers protest
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When more public sector workers are retiring, you know that there's an issue with the economy. It's truly a sad state of affairs. :( I realize that I'm posting in here late, but I found this aforementioned article to be really interesting. That and I found this thread via StumbleUpon and thought it was worth a read. My search was concerning finances and whatnot.
Seems like people today are more worried about unemployment than who will do their online payroll. Either way, I hope things get better soon. The lack of jobs out there is spooky. :(


Speaking of unemployment, has anyone on this board had any luck finding jobs? I hope so. :(

Posted on: 2011/12/15 18:36
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Re: N.J. has the lowest number of public workers in 8 years -- state union workers protest
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When more public sector workers are retiring, you know that there's an issue with the economy. It's truly a sad state of affairs. :(

I realize that I'm posting in here late, but I found this aforementioned article to be really interesting. That and I found this thread via StumbleUpon and thought it was worth a read. My search was concerning finances and whatnot.

Either way, I hope things get better soon. The lack of jobs out there is spooky. :(

Posted on: 2011/12/13 16:26
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