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02-14-20, 08:50 AM
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Posted By rogerius

Outlets/lights in attic

I'm planning to add couple outlets and lights in the attic and wondering if can be connected with the outside outlets circuit. As is right now the outside outlets are connected to a GFCI breaker. I'm...
12-17-19, 07:44 PM
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Posted By rogerius

Fiberglass insulation has around R2.2/in so I...

Fiberglass insulation has around R2.2/in so I need to add 4.5in of insulation equivalent to 2in of XP foam. The cost is neutral but I agree is more work. The gain is over time as every year the blow...
12-17-19, 11:04 AM
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Posted By rogerius

Yes, long nails will be used and will be a little...

Yes, long nails will be used and will be a little tricky to hit the trusses. All my lights are recessed so no concern about frustration from electrical side...I'm doing that too.

Thanks for...
12-17-19, 10:31 AM
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Posted By rogerius

XPS attached on the ceiling and drywall after.

Just wish to through an idea about adding a layer of 2" XPS foam on the ceiling attached directly on the trusses, then install the water barrier foil and drywall over in our new build. The ceiling is...
11-14-19, 10:18 AM
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Views: 418
Posted By rogerius

Just an update. I've got a call back from...

Just an update. I've got a call back from inspector and looks like there is regulation in place to have the 240V/50A outlet for electrical range installed even I'll not used. On the other hand, the...
11-13-19, 10:34 AM
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Posted By rogerius

Do I need to wire for an electric range/dryer if I'll have the propane type?

I'm doing the wiring in my new own house. I sent this question to the inspector couple days ago but no response so far. So I'm trying my luck here. Is any mention in the code that I need to wire for...
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Posted By rogerius

Thank you Spott for the quick reply. I choose...

Thank you Spott for the quick reply.
I choose to use the air scoop because of price. Cost just $20 vs $99 for a Spirovent.
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Posted By rogerius

Question for location of air scoop and air vent

Hi All,
I'm working to install my hydronic system in our new build and the question which I have is the location for the air vent and air scoop. I know the ideal location is to be on the higher...
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