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LOL! Anyone want to do a wint???

12,500 Sq Ft, 5 bedroom 5 full and 2 half bath, 4 boilers, 2 80 gallon water heaters, one 120 gallon water heater with boiler assist, steam shower Ect.
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Lots of copper.....
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I'm thinking the same thing in the back of my mind.... Crystal meth tweekers loto!! I hope it's in a gated Neighborhood.


I'm THINKING A2Z should handle the Wint

I was having a talk with a National last week , we advertise these properties to vandals when we post the notices on the front doors. Makes more sense to talk with neighbors and leave them the info. Give notice to the city to who contact in case of.....

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That is some high quality work there, that being said- they've all but stopped installing cooper here in the south.

But looking at those pics just reminds me of major over kill, conserving energy and money wasn't high on their list that's for sure, but really nice work if ask me.
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I'm thinking the same thing in the back of my mind.... Crystal meth tweekers loto!! I hope it's in a gated Neighborhood.


I'm THINKING A2Z should handle the Wint

I was having a talk with a National last week , we advertise these properties to vandals when we post the notices on the front doors. Makes more sense to talk with neighbors and leave them the info. Give notice to the city to who contact in case of.....

btw.... MTMTMTN I sent you a PM .

In 6 years i have seen exactly 1 property with copper removed and i believe it was the former homeowner. This place is 6 miles out of town on 10 acres......
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in the south it's a nice income for those that cant get a job , want a job, or keep a job...
even in the country , those are not safe either.
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That's an impressive system right there.
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We did one about like that a few years ago. It was a house seized by the Marshal's. It was 10k sq ft and was a $1.8MM house at the peak. Very similar setup except they had the most advanced water filtration system I have ever seen. I just let my partner deal with it because I had no idea what to do with it. There were 8x 100 gallon tanks involved in it.

Was an interesting property to take care of for the summer though they wanted weekly lawn cuts because the property was like a golf course but the service company would only allow bi weekly. So every time I got there the grass was 8"-10" high and looked like garbage after I cut it (was like bailing hay with how thick it was). Yet they were paying for weekly pool maintenance even though the pool was in great shape with a very nice automatic cover (no algae). I spoke with the marshal contact directly a few times (got her number during the eviction) and she was practically begging me to cut it weekly but the service company simply said they didn't provide that service. Eventually I felt bad enough that I just cut it every week for her since I was there anyway. Was kind of nice because it was hot as hell that summer and I got to take a swim in the pool each week to pluck leaves off of the filters at the bottom of the pool. Why there were bottom intakes I have no idea.
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It depends, in one city I work. When the signs go up

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In 6 years i have seen exactly 1 property with copper removed and i believe it was the former homeowner. This place is 6 miles out of town on 10 acres......

the copper goes out. But other than there, I have only seen one case.
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