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Old 05-28-2024, 11:16 AM   #1
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Finding someone to help with my project - Montreal

Hello everyone! I am the proud owner of a 1980 Trillium Jubilee and I have some work I want to do on it. I have already replaced the fridge as well as insulated some gaps that caused fumes to leak from the old propane fridge (replacement no longer had this problem, though I figure the aluminium tape couldn't hurt!)

However, I have some bigger projects in mind, such as replacing the air vent with a Maxxair (the vent is already a 14" vent, but it is unpowered), installing solar pannels on the roof, and who knows what else. These projects, however, are a little larger than what I am comfortable with. I already followed many members that have made such mods, and understand the basics of it, but I lack confidence to do it all on my own

I am wondering if anyone knows of anyone that either does this kind of work on our fibreglass beauties, or even better someone that would be willing to do this together. Obviously this work is to be compensated. Anyone know of such people in the Montreal greater area?
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Old 05-28-2024, 03:31 PM   #2
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Hello everyone! I am the proud owner of a 1980 Trillium Jubilee and I have some work I want to do on it. I have already replaced the fridge as well as insulated some gaps that caused fumes to leak from the old propane fridge (replacement no longer had this problem, though I figure the aluminium tape couldn't hurt!)

However, I have some bigger projects in mind, such as replacing the air vent with a Maxxair (the vent is already a 14" vent, but it is unpowered), installing solar pannels on the roof, and who knows what else. These projects, however, are a little larger than what I am comfortable with. I already followed many members that have made such mods, and understand the basics of it, but I lack confidence to do it all on my own

I am wondering if anyone knows of anyone that either does this kind of work on our fibreglass beauties, or even better someone that would be willing to do this together. Obviously this work is to be compensated. Anyone know of such people in the Montreal greater area?
Hi John,

If you had the ability to swap out your fridge, I think you'll find you already are equipped with the confidence to install the Maxxair as well as solar panels on your Jubilee. Research, take your time and I'm sure you can accomplish any changes you'd like to maintain your Jubilee. Patience and perseverance will help you through.
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