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thanks everyone. Super helpful except for the...

thanks everyone. Super helpful except for the insulting thing. Spent several hours yelling at the duct, but the insulation is still on it. :)
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Thank you! Just heating. Is it common...

Thank you! Just heating.

Is it common practice to wrap if cooling is ever added?
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Necessary to wrap exposed ductwork?

Hey all.

We recently had our old gravity furnace replaced with a modern forced air heating system. Some of the ductwork, about 4 feet, runs exposed in a bonus room we have.

It's currently...
07-02-15, 05:55 PM
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Posted By eeessseeefff

Festoon sounds so... festive!:beers: Thanks...

Festoon sounds so... festive!:beers:

Thanks for the info. After posting, I found a site that sells "commercial string lighting" wired with UV resistant 16 gauge meant to be hard wired, but it's...
07-02-15, 02:12 PM
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Posted By eeessseeefff

It's ambient lighting in a semi covered light...

It's ambient lighting in a semi covered light well. Think globe lights you see hanging over restaurant patios.
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Sorry. Should have stated this was a question out...

Sorry. Should have stated this was a question out of curiosity vs. application. I've been wondering for some time and this last weekend I put up a wet location rated security light and other than the...
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What constitues a UL Damp Rated fixture?

I'm curious to know what differentiates a damp rated fixture from an indoor fixture. I know there are obvious things that properly sealed connections in the fixture itself and I often see (edit)...
07-02-15, 11:58 AM
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Hard Wire String Lights

I almost don't want to ask this...

I'm putting up some year round 110v G40 string lights. I know I can leave them plugged into a GFCI outlet with a waterproof cover, but I'm curious to know if...
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