Our bearded muscle man Dennis is showing off his work of art.
Panels that made up the duo.
The mess hall.
If you’re not fishing you’re either eating, watching tv, or playing video games.
Laponica Refrigeration offers both Industrial and Commercial HVAC & Refrigeration services in addition to residential services. The Nordic blood of the Laponica Refrigeration technicians knows no boundaries and our skills in high quality commercial ice machines, walk-in cooler/freezers, is a testament to that fact. Please take note that all of Laponica Refrigeration’s customers will receive the best customer care and quality materials to match.
The video above, by Genteq Motors, gives a very good overview of how your average residential furnace works. For those of us, however, who has no life and would like to know more we will go into a little more detail in this article covering the history of heating homes to the difference between gas and electric.
Air Handler / Furnace
When you have electric heat it is called an air handler. When you have a gas heater it’s called a furnace. Up north you may have an oil burner, but that is also called a furnace. What they all have in common is a fan that circulates air in the house.
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Laponica Refrigeration is looking at buying a used forklift from one of our seafood plant customers. I, Ole Andreas Haug, have decided to name it The Rusty Skipper! At least that’s what I’m thinking right now. I will accept some other ideas.
Laponica Refrigeration is a family operated small business located in Kenner, Louisiana. We are a full service and state licensed mechanical contractor for A/C, Heating and Commercial Refrigeration.
For some time now we have been working on a new Chili’s being built in Covington, LA. The GC (General Contractor) is a really cool guy, could be mistaken for Santa, who makes knives. Always fun to meet new people with great talent. Besides myself off course.
One of our first vehicles gets sold and towed away.
So long work truck! You served us well.
What are they unloading?
Yay! We can finally put up some partitions!
This is not ours, nor our neighbors, but our neighbor is fixing it.
Cool bike. Old school.
This is now a draft room. Photos soon to come.
I am not sure if these photos have ever been posted before… they are now. When we first moved into our office/warehouse on Bainbridge we had to build some partitions to divide our side from the rest. Special thanks to Dennis (the guy with the beard) and his father Paul (the old guy) for their work on the partitions.