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  • Author: Anonymous
  • Date: 05.11.2013
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05.11.2013

Texas UNJUST LAWS

Where is our 14th Amendment when we need it? All the big ones amend it to fit their needs? How about some help with an amendment that is to make sure all residences deserve safe, efficient, and long lasting equipment? How about one that says our air deserves the same laws and codes that you have for all of you?
When the EPA was contacted with the fact that insulation was escaping when these homes were being delivered the EPA took action. They would almost act immediately and ask questions. Questions of Who?, Why?, How?, and When? Then start to work immediately because of all the answers discovered. That is one time the EPA jumped in to help? And made specific laws to protect our roadways environment from this? This home was sealed per EPA specs to move it. The bottom being the main place and sealed the best because it is never removed. It must be sealed to fit the EPA law that stops the insulation from getting outside on roadway. That same exterior insulation for the bottom is allowed to go inside the A/C system legally? The EPA says sorry we do not concern ourselves with indoor environments, even if it does affect possibly millions of Americans?
If someone can get away legally, after leaving out the tie-in to the A/C system and using duct tape to cover the void and hang duct with, something should say that it is wrong. It would be for any other place or home in America. But it is legal to expose my grandson to this because we bought a manufactured home? No tie-ins and no possible way to have a sealed filter rack. All denied and installed incorrectly. ALL STANDARD INSTALLATION CODES AND LAWS of HVAC manufacturers ignored. All illegal everywhere else. Yet it is All done in 1800 sq. ft. homes like mine only when desired by installer of A/C and/or builder of home. No set standards of correct installation. No safety codes of installation? Only make shift and camouflaged, damage causing, when installed in the legal for mobile homes only method with laws made to cover it all. TDLR, Any HVAC manufacturer, Any other states L&R offices, Any HVAC academy or school, Any employee of TDLR especially can not find one thing to say good about the sabotage set-up that is legal. The “only” thing TDLR and all it’s experts can come up with is :”it’s legal” ,so end of questions because no one thinks they should question the TDLR? I never would have if they would not have defended Clayton Homes so much. From ever being mentioned by anyone except me? They never did anything except consult with each others legal staffs? TDLR’s legal staff will not explain why they consider it all ok to use what NAZIs did and what Communist did and what other governments do against their citizens that we say is wrong. TDLR simply has it to where the only place to complain to is the place causing and creating all of it with bogus laws that were created to segregate millions for the profit of the few? TDLR will not even let their own employees and experts tell the truth or ask why it is ok?
This is not new, it just never makes it past TDLR A/C Divisions line of stalling and avoiding major issues that effect the laws they have made. TDLR should find out immediately why mold can be caused so easy with this set-up. A provable fact.TDLR needs to find out why the rest of the entire set of coils CAN NOT BE FILTERED WHEN FILTERS PLACED IN CONTACT OF THE TWO COIL FACES? A set of “A” coils. TDLR stalls and misleads and just drags it out long enough for anyone who is complaining gets passed up and pissed off into dropping it. That way every one brings it back to the door that put it out and it NEVER GETS PAST THERE. What is wrong with this COUNTRY that we need to be so scam creating against OUR OWN CITIZENS? What can any one prove is wrong about ANYTHING IN THIS LETTER? Can YOU?
Is it a fact that TDLR completely fails in the job description and it’s reason for being at all? Protect what equipment? Protect which people? Certain Consumers are in neither of those when it comes to the TDLR and manufactured homes HVAC systems all being called legal but in mobile homes “only”because it does not pass codes and is illegal.... That is a provable fact not opinion. It is very possible that TDLR refuses to admit what can be easily proven in any court of this country. Texas is the most beautiful state. Texas is the most envied state by others. Texas has everything desired by most citizens. Texas can supply and care for itself when others would collapse. Texas shows this country what a perfect state can be, sometimes? Texas has the wisest officials? Texas has it all except for one thing? A License and Regulations office that is not a hoax and failure for doing it’s job description? Protect who? Protect what? All other states L & R offices have job duties and perform them as needed to protect everyone.. Texas ignores issues that concern citizens that do not donate enough to offices? This is wrong and my family got infested with insulation while TDLR made excuses to cover it up, NOT INVESTIGATE what TDLR already knows very well is wrong? TDLR can’t possibly say anything except it is legal. TDLR can’t prove or say this is right or correct to allow. Legal but not safe, not efficient, not recommended at all, not used anywhere in a sealed A/C system.Like your home or office. A correct system is not possible with the” it’s legal” one. Can common sense have a place in Texas? Not at the TDLR, the place that can’t even answer or explain their own laws that were created to cover their sabotage work efforts? It is a scam and cover up. Someone take me to court because I called TDLR crooks and scam artist? I can prove what I say here but TDLR can prove nothing because the proof is all on my side. The truth and facts all show I am correct. Can this system that has hanging duct tied in with aluminum tape possibly be safe? Can this system possibly filter the intake area that is from floor to ceiling? With filters in contact and resting on face of coils? Coils that are in the center of the big open UNFILTERED intake area? Can this system cause and create damages to the air conditioner and it’s parts? Can this system produce very high humidity? Does this system loose it’s efficiency because of all the dirt that is allowed in the wrong places? Unstoppable dirt with this set up of fake filtering and tying in A/C systems.
A real good question would be, Can all the problems that are caused and created be completely eliminated with proper installation of metal to metal tie ins and A SEALED FILTER RACK? A filter rack for one filter instead of the two that TDLR says need to be used in mobile homes only? You might picture a single wide all metal trailer that is 12 x 60 in your mind when speaking or reading about a manufactured home? Picture a home with lifetime siding guarantee, a 25 year shingle roof guarantee, insulated roof walls and floor, 25 year floor etc. lots of extras? Picture a home of over 1800 square feet. Picture a home that is large enough to be four bedrooms and two baths. Then picture a three bedroom with a second bath that uses extra bedroom for walk in closets and giant tub and separate walk in shower. This is not just the old single wide trailer trash that TDLR made bogus laws for and now wants to enforce them by hiding facts and not allowing open discussion with anyone? Simply the quote of “it’s legal” to cover it all. See if TDLR can come up with any good reason to DO IT ANYWHERE AND ALLOW IT LEGALLY in ANY SEALED SYSTEM? They can’t possibly do it? They haven’t been able to in over ten years.
Very simple questions with very simple yes or no answers can prove it all to anyone. Covering up wrongs and hiding real problems that should not be able to get covered up with,” It is legal in mobile homes only in Texas and that is the way we do it”. Our inside controlled environments are just as important as all TDLR codes say they must be for any of their homes and offices. Yours too are protected by codes and laws that are true and correct. The freedom of Information act can get more than enough evidence from any License and regulations office about how A/C must be tied in and filtered correctly. TDLR can’t prove this is correct in any way. TDLR can’t give any facts or answers to simple questions. The truth and facts prove everything I say and very much more about the wrongs and damages. The only statement TDLR can give is “it’s Legal”. There are the most efficient systems, and the least efficient systems here. But only here. Residential experts at TDLR know that the entire rest of the world knows the one that can be used legally for mobile homes “only” is the very least and furtherest away from safe and efficient as possible. No tie-ins and no filter set-up that can be safe or efficient but make laws and codes that INSURE it can never happen anywhere except our homes. Never yours or theirs because laws and codes PREVENT IT, not endorse it. The more you look the dirtier the air systems get that is used to be called legal in mobile homes only. This leaves out lots of details but facts can be proven very easy. The same facts that TDLR uses to make codes for clean safe air in their homes. The same facts that DESTROY ever attempting to use this system anywhere else. ZOOS etc. But who cares it is only against the poorest homeowners in America today. Their homes are built to fall apart according to the TDLR. Not one good fact or reason can be given by anyone, including TDLR, to even attempt this set up of improper installations.. All the negatives are very easy to spot once eyes are allowed open. It is an injustice that should not be able to be endorsed and backed up by state laws that are failures and provable failures. Laws that protect no one except the scam artist in on the easy taking of profits from it. Very simple questions like: What does the TDLR A/C Division have about hanging “metal” duct with aluminum tape?
There is a very long list of wrongs when it is allowed and called legal. There is not one good thing that can be said or proven to even consider it as “legal in mobile homes only” . That is the TDLR answer to very many questions that need answers not excuses. Can the unit possibly filter all the air into the intake area with two filters laying in contact on the face of coils? The set of coils and all walls of intake collect and gather dust that gets moist with time and usage. The coils exchange heat in the wrong places before ever filtered which gets dirtier and wetter with NO WAY TO FILTER IT AT ALL. That all causes extra condensate in the wrong places. It looses efficiency very rapidly. It gets worse with time and usage.
I had a completely missing tie-in to ductwork from unit. That is what started all my troubles with the A/C. TDLR A/C said all was normal and legal. The duct was hung with aluminum tape from inside the duct to tie in to air handler. The sealed filter rack that was completely omitted also is what TDLR needed to keep quiet.. That is the part that makes sure all the air that goes in is through a filter only. The missing tie-in was buried under the floor in the insulation that EPA makes sure is sealed. At least once when first moved. EPA could care less when repo-ed or sold? Those trips down the road have holes at all connections of utilities and many more. EPA or no one else cares? I knew nothing of the missing tie in because all said dust was normal to be hanging in the air 24/7 for mobile homes only. I discovered that the filter set-up that is used is for sabotage of the unit only. No possible way to filter correctly the TDLR legal method. Missing tie-in caused it all to speed up the process of sabotage by having damp insulation particles clinging to every surface and part of the intake area and air handler. The scam got sped up and worsened. The scam is the filter set-up. The missing tie-in is the deadly part. The filter set up picture that TDLR uses to show and quote that it is legal in mobile homes only, with no facts or procedures to back them is the exact same photo I can use to prove over 35 reasons to never allow it anywhere. Why is that not just possible but easy to do? The missing tie-in. No possible way to filter correctly. All legal.
It is happening to millions that are completely unaware of the problems because they are told it is normal for mobile homes only. TDLR has quotes of dust is normal for mobile homes only. That means the work is very sub standard in mobile homes only. That is all it means. All materials more than good enough to do it correctly that is a fact. No one knows that it is far from normal because they are not facing the problems that take just a little time of use to be caused and created. Then required services that would never occur for you.. New home owners are all told it is normal for mobile homes. It then becomes more and more trouble to take care of the A/C . Simple question like; Can this set up cause and create health hazards? I can produce facts and true answers the say nothing but yes it does cause this type of problems. The list of problems for the air handler and residence has over 35 facts that say never allow this anywhere. Why can TDLR only produce a statement of “it is legal” to explain it all away? Not one answer to anything? TDLR knows they do not want to look into this because they know the answers and facts prove it should never be legal? The air handler itself is nothing but created problems by improper installation. All manufacturers of HVAC say “it voids our warranty” when installed this way. Why would our nations HVAC manufacturers say that? It is because of the DAMAGES that are guaranteed to be caused and created is their honest and factual answer there. Why is it legal for mobile homes only? Not legal anywhere else in Texas? My family breathed insulation particles for over ten years because of all the misleading and wrong answers from all involved, including the TDLR more than most on critical issues for some reason? Why? What other country or license and regulations office of USA says that hanging metal duct with nothing but aluminum tape from inside duct work is legal? Not a one of them does. But why do they say it is illegal and against all codes of correct duct work tying in and hanging metal duct? These are just a few of the questions? There are many that deserve answers. TDLR thought they were covering their lame installation laws by making excuses and never finding the real problems here. This is just as bad as hidden sabotage. It effects a very large number of homeowners who are completely unaware because every one tells them it is normal in mobile homes only. I can prove to anyone there is no such thing as “normal dust”. It is all created or caused by incorrect installation methods only? I have many more questions not here and if you would like to know some more of them please let me know?
Our elected and appointed officials should not be able to ignore the constitution when they chose to or when it is favorable and less trouble than looking at it. Our officials seem to place themselves above us after in offices in a god like manor I guess. With one sweep of the hand millions of families are not important enough. Millions of votes could be gained doing the right thing and showing people you mean what you said trying to get elected or appointed. Of course that would be votes from people with no money or corporations to use as power. Almost every statement in the Texas Deceptive Trade Act and Consumer Protection Act, about all the wrongs and violations it takes to be called a deceptive trade are violated with TDLR A/C statement of “it’s legal” but in manufactured homes “only”. That statement is made by TDLR A/C division to cover up all the major wrongs and injustices. To cover NOT HAVING ANY LAWS OF PROTECTION AT ALL is a better way to put it. No laws that even make sure HVAC s are installed with the very basic “required” manufactures parts. No laws to stop sabotaged set-ups. This leaves only an open, but well protected, field day for bogus companies and harm causing individuals. All protected with it’s legal. The same it’s legal would NEVER pass anywhere else in Texas or the entire USA. Health and safety, and protection from scams? Not a one for us. Clean safe air and efficient operation of the air handler taken away should not be a part of buying a lower quality home. Ignored to create income for sure? But for who? The poor boy getting 10 an hour to learn how to install HVAC very un safe and incorrectly? Or into the pocket of the company that is guaranteeing his quick return and many un needed services. Calls that are caused and created to occur by nothing but incorrect installation of HVAC equipment. Not normal at all in any way. Facts can prove it to anyone when allowed to get past the “it’s legal in mobile homes only” that is used to HIDE BEHIND instead of a real code or law that protects people and their environments.
We have wolves guarding the hen house. That is bad enough. But when that is used to commit frauds, deny rights, and create scams. It is wrong. It should be a sin. We are being treated just like the saying goes-Like trailer trash. The entire world and every state of our union has made this illegal because of the health hazards that are guaranteed to be created. The mechanical problems that are guaranteed to be caused is also a long list of reasons, used by all, to make it not pass codes and make it illegal. It is illegal in every home or office in Texas. Except for the one place that our law makers decided it can be made legal. In manufactured homes only. Nice way to keep it segregated. Legally? The TDLR sees all this as an opportunity to abuse their power and scam the poorest homeowners in Texas. It also shows large corporations and others that Texas will bend the rules to get them here. The side effects of it all cost only the poor. So who cares about that? An act of terrorism is what it is called when I state the truth. Not one A/C company or License and Regulations office in this entire country can defend this action of the TDLR and it’s scam.. Not one school of Air Conditioning or Environment. Not any of the best TDLR A/C experts. NOT A ONE of them can come up with “just” one good thing it does for any consumer. TDLR can only say it is legal in manufactured homes only because that is the way we do it in Texas. That is a quote from them not made up or my comment. There are over 40 facts and very legitimate reasons that prove this should never be done anywhere or to anyone. It is illegal in the zoos of Texas. It causes damage to A/C. It waste electricity because of efficiency loss. It causes 100% humidity after a few years of operation. It requires two filters every two weeks, per TDLR to keep it clean. How many do any of you use at your office or home in a year? 52 for me? It could all be fixed with one filter and one tie-in in the correct places and installed correctly. Not one cent of extra cost to anyone. It has nothing to do with materials used. It is “only” the way they are” legally allowed” to be used and installed.
This teaches young A/C installers and mechanics that work on mobile homes that it is OK to install it completely wrong. It is OK to set-up sabotage is what they KNOW after a short period of time working with the TDLR’s advice and photo of HOW TO DO IT. Please get TDLR’S photo of how-to from them. I can prove over 35 reasons to never do it in the manor they show as OK for mobile homes only. Prove over 35 facts to show wrong with THEIR PHOTO. Not just the “one opinion” from a heater box manufacturer in the valley of Texas? That is probably the only thing they ever got from there? That is the BEST TDLR can come up with? WHY? Ask someone that manufacturers A/C (ie:Lennox) to show or explain what their unit REQUIRES when installed with people in the environment and/or just to protect their HVAC equipment pro


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Complaint author: Anonymous

Country: USA
State: All USA

Category: Miscellaneous

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