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12-20-11, 07:29 AM
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Posted By nflmvp

We did minimal phone wiring since there are so...

We did minimal phone wiring since there are so many wireless "satellite" phones available. Only three jacks in the entire area and none near the button or chime. :shrug: Thanks for the idea though.
12-19-11, 09:12 PM
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Posted By nflmvp

Ray > Thanks. Duly noted. It's not an option...

Ray > Thanks. Duly noted. It's not an option because I don't have the money to retro fit...we're too far over budget as it is. This was an oversight on my part, when planning the addition. I...
12-13-11, 07:58 AM
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Posted By nflmvp

Nflmvp: Wireless Door Bell Problem

I have a wireless doorbell problem as well. I figured I might as well post about it here, rather than clutter up the forum with another thread.

I need a wireless doorbell for my basement. After...
05-25-11, 09:21 AM
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Posted By nflmvp

Well, I had found a sealant, specifically for...

Well, I had found a sealant, specifically for Radon and moisture but the cost for materials was going to be nearly as much as installing a Radon abatement system so I just decided to go that route. ...
04-06-11, 11:45 AM
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Posted By nflmvp

Basement remodel...need info regarding sealing the floor for moisture and Radon

I'm about to embark on a full basement remodel, turning the 1700 square feet of space into a 3 bedroom apartment. I'll be moving down there so that my 80 year old mother can move in upstairs.
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10-27-10, 02:38 PM
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Posted By nflmvp

I'm finding conflicting info on toxicity and...

I'm finding conflicting info on toxicity and risks associated with long term exposure. I've read info indicating that it's not a concern and I've read info indicating it's very hazardous. Can...
10-26-10, 01:33 PM
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Posted By nflmvp

Specific Household odor from gas appliances

I've been noticing an off odor from both my stove/oven and clothes dryer and finally decided to get to the bottom of it. The odor can be pretty strong.

The first I noticed this odor was last...
05-13-10, 10:44 PM
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Posted By nflmvp

They would be on the east side of the house so...

They would be on the east side of the house so they would only get direct morning sun....and some of that would be obscured by trees. I realize that this is not ideal but any light is better than...
05-12-10, 06:41 PM
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Views: 7,832
Posted By nflmvp

I thought I was going to tell you the rim joist...

I thought I was going to tell you the rim joist was 2x12s but decided to check it out. It turns out that my floor joists are engineered and they are only 9 & 1/2 inches, so now my assumption is that...
05-10-10, 07:09 PM
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Posted By nflmvp

Thanks. I forgot to mention that size...

Thanks.

I forgot to mention that size seems to be an issue as well. The smallest tube size I found was 9" (can't recall which manufacturer). I'm a little concerned about cutting that much out...
05-10-10, 05:13 PM
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Posted By nflmvp

Question Horizontal tube lighting applications

doityourself noob, here. This is my fourth property remodel.

I'm about to embark on an extensive basement remodel and I'm wondering about natural lighting options.

I've been searching high and...
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