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PRODUCT DISCLAIMERS

HVAC Disclaimer
It is highly recommended (and required in certain municipalities) that you hire a licensed, professional to evaluate, size and install this equipment. Improper installation of equipment could cause catastrophic damage or injury if the unit is not installed properly. Most manufacturers require this equipment to be installed by a qualified installer and VOID warranty coverage on equipment not installed by qualified technicians. The installation of these HVAC systems includes electrical, gas and refrigerant connections which is generally regulated by laws, codes and guidelines at the federal, state and local levels.

License and Permit Requirements
It is common that an HVAC installer must be licensed by the state or municipality in which the HVAC equipment is to be installed. Some jurisdictions may, in addition, have permit requirements. (Consult your local laws and rules to determine the requirements imposed by your jurisdiction.) Further, local building codes often require that specific types of HVAC connections be made by licensed professionals. For example, licensed plumbers may be required to make any gas or water connections necessary in the installation of an HVAC system; and licensed electricians may be required to make all electrical connections to the HVAC system.

Refrigerant Rules
All HVAC cooling equipment and systems require the use of a refrigerant gas that is compressed and liquefied during the cooling cycle. The two most common refrigerants in the HVAC industry are identified as R-22 and R-410A. Federal, state, and local laws and guidelines are applicable to the introduction, reclamation, and recycling of these refrigerants. Violation of such laws may result in fines to any non-licensed or non-certified HVAC installer. Consult your local laws and guidelines for full details.

Hydronic Disclaimer
It is highly recommended (and required in certain municipalities) that you hire a licensed, professional to evaluate, size and install this equipment. Improper installation of equipment could cause catastrophic damage or injury if the unit is not installed properly. Most manufacturers require this equipment to be installed by a qualified installer and VOID warranty coverage on equipment not installed by qualified technicians. The installation of these Hydronic systems includes electrical, gas and water connections which is generally regulated by laws, codes and guidelines at the federal, state and local levels.

License and Permit Requirements
It is common that a Hydronic installer must be licensed by the state or municipality in which the Hydronic equipment is to be installed. Some jurisdictions may, in addition, have permit requirements. (Consult your local laws and rules to determine the requirements imposed by your jurisdiction.) Further, local building codes often require that specific types of Hydronic connections be made by licensed professionals.

OmegaFlex Tracpipe Products
Tracpipe products are to be installed ONLY by a licensed plumber/HVAC installer that has successfully completed the OmegaFlex/Tracpipe certification test. The Virtual Counter review team will review all orders for compliance and may request your certification before shipment of this item.

Chemical Products
This item is to be purchased only by licensed plumber/HVAC professionals. This item is not for retail use or sale. The Virtual Counter review team may reject your purchase upon review of order.

Free Local Delivery Disclaimer
Typically, delivery must be within a 15 mile radius of a US Supply Branch to qualify for free Local Delivery. Selecting Local Delivery outside the 15 mile radius will automatically default to a Ground shipment charge.