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Blog Archive for April, 2011

Sell, lease, trade, partner, develop!!

Categories: Company Info, Land for Sale, St. James Plantation | Posted: April 28, 2011

13.77 Acres of Beautiful Land on Highway 211, across for St. James Plantation. 400 ft of road frontage with access. Commercial zoning, Wetlands survey completed and approved by Army Corps. Ready to Go!! Lighted Billboard on Property included in purchase Price! Best Price for Land on Hwy 211!

Price: $550,000!

Price just recently Reduced! Looking for anyone interested in a great opportunity for business development just across from the largest development in Brunswick County, St. James. Willing to Sell, Lease, Trade, Partner with or Develop on this piece of land. Don’t miss out on a wonderful opportunity, call me today to discuss the endless options.

-Jeff Satterwhite

Click Here to view the Listing in MLS

Centerline Construction Chat 7: HVAC – Air Conditioner and Heating System

Categories: Building a Home, Centerline Construction Chat, Construction Process | Posted: April 20, 2011

HVAC Rough In & Air Handlers/Air Conditioner and Heating System

Explanation of the different parts of the HVAC unit: Trained 13-sear air handler and a gas heating system (dual heating system)

Air Handler – comes on like a fan and blows air down the ducting system. The Return Line Returns air through the unit with the fan, heats or cools air through the radiator, blows it out into the house.
Supply – this particular one is using FLEX has an R8 rating. It is rated at 91% efficient. All FLEX ducting, the r8 insulation and all materials associated with putting this system together are rated by the Energy Star program to rate the efficiency of the entire unit.

The Gas Pickup – the yellow Stainless Steel FLEX line system goes to the gas furnace. If you need extra heat, you can turn the furnace on, so there is a gas pump for heating and cooling and a heat pump heating system.

The condensation line – this PVC line is the drain for condensation for heat and air conditioner. The yellow FLEX line has a stainless steel cable inside that is also a FLEX line with brass fittings, is a gas cutoff that will go into the gas unit during trimout.

Thank you for watching. For more information or questions, go to or contact Jeff Satterwhite at (910) 620-8883 or