I've never done duct work before...need advice please.

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Old 06-12-03, 03:07 PM
Pop's Girl
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Smile I've never done duct work before...need advice please.

I just converted my garage and have the big heating and cooling unit duct starting from there.

I have great access to the duct and a vent already positioned about 12 inches away.

It is my understanding that I should deflect some of the air, since, if I didn't, I'd get too much air coming to that one room.

Does anyone have a suggested site or book on ventwork so that I know I'm doing it properly? (i.e., Ventwork for Dummies)

In the alternative, if you'd like to share your expertise and could "talk" me through it, I'd be very greatful.
 
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Old 06-12-03, 07:04 PM
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Pop's Girl:

Thanks for the PM.
It would be better though if you make your comments here so others can learn.

Pop's Girl wrote:
Thanks for your help.
I found exactly what I was looking for on a website listed at the bottom of your e-mail.
Thank you!

I guess you meant the Read B4 Posting at the top of this forum.

Glad the info is usefull.

It is sometimes difficult to describe the project you are trying to do.
If you research "ductwork" you will have a better idea of what to ask.

The best is to post pictures if you are able.
 
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Old 06-14-03, 07:35 AM
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Wink Exactly what I needed! RE: Help with Ductwork

I found EXACTLY what I was looking for on http://www.llbuildingproducts.com/ll...ips-frame.html which was listed under GregH's sticky at the top of this forum.
 
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