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08-29-07, 08:26 AM
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Posted By E. Gosney

>A few questions, is the in-floor heat your...

>A few questions, is the in-floor heat your installing required to use their t-stat >for proper operation?

I was just trying to cheap out, the thermostats available are about $90 less if they...
08-28-07, 12:48 PM
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Posted By E. Gosney

GFCI outlet?

Thanks again for your help Ben.

Any reason why people don't use a GFCI outlet (much cheaper, obviously) between the circuit breaker and the thermostat/heating cables?
08-28-07, 11:55 AM
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Posted By E. Gosney

Thanks

Thanks for your help Ben. I don't know much about electrical work and wasn't sure if too many amps at the breaker could be harmful, but that answers my question.

>Are you sure each one is rated...
08-28-07, 10:01 AM
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Posted By E. Gosney

GFCI breaker for electric floor warming

I am getting ready to install under tile floor heating. I will have three separate sections, each is 220V and about 15 Amps. They require GFCI protection, and my question is does each one need it's...
05-08-06, 07:51 PM
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Posted By E. Gosney

Some people in more moderate climates (ohio), use...

Some people in more moderate climates (ohio), use electric heating under tiles as the primary source of heat for certain rooms. I would look into this and see if it is feasible for Chicago.
05-08-06, 07:37 PM
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Posted By E. Gosney

Bread

I don't know if this is possible for your situation, but I have had luck by stuffing bread into the ends of the pipes to absorb the water. They are harmless when water is introduced back into the...
07-21-05, 08:29 PM
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Posted By E. Gosney

You have been very helpful. The opening...

You have been very helpful.

The opening only has 1 3/4" room on the sides (total, so about 3/4" room on each side).

At my friendly Lowe's store, I found 1x6x8, which I was planning on using...
07-21-05, 01:18 PM
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Posted By E. Gosney

Buck?

Thanks for your advice!

It is a very nice wood door. I was wondering if I needed to use the nail fin, and if not, what is the best way to attach to concrete?

What do you mean "buck" the...
07-20-05, 08:54 PM
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Views: 14,673
Posted By E. Gosney

Installing Patio Door in Concrete Block

I had a wall rebuilt with concrete block. I decided to install a sliding glass door in the wall, and had the contractor leave an opening for the door. The wall is much thicker than the door...
06-30-05, 11:52 AM
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Views: 855
Posted By E. Gosney

URGENT exterior tile question

I am having a contractor pour a concrete slab for a walkway on one side of my house. There is a concrete block retaining wall along the back and one side of the walkway. This area has a lot of...
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