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Rioy!

Rip it out yourself!!

Your local trash service will be able to tell you how they handle bulky item pick up. Give them a call.

Here in our town, they want the carpet in no longer than 4'...
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Industry Standard?

Is it Industry Standard because it's light & cheap or is it a product that competes with similar performance as the plywood?

I'm trying to make choice of the 2- right now & would appreciate a...
06-17-05, 10:17 AM
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Posted By DehdHehd

I'm a bit confused on what you're trying to...

I'm a bit confused on what you're trying to say...

The condensate drain should flow to an area that will be able to handle a considerable amount of "dripping".

Be sure the drain is sloped at...
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Posted By DehdHehd

Thanks for your reply! :)

Thanks for your reply! :)
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Posted By DehdHehd

Depends on the static pressure of the duct...

Depends on the static pressure of the duct system.

Calculating proper duct size is one of the most overlooked areas of residential HVAC. Most systems are undersized.

There are many variables...
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Posted By DehdHehd

What a mess! Read the contract that was...

What a mess!

Read the contract that was signed & agreed to. There should be inclusions & exclusions detailing the work to be done. Anything verbal at this point will be worthless.

Returns on...
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The problem with the flexduct is the grease could...

The problem with the flexduct is the grease could accumulate in the "folds" & potentially create a fire hazard.

Best to get creative & try to get it done with rigid duct. You can find a sheet...
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We're in the beginning phase of reclaiming the...

We're in the beginning phase of reclaiming the hardwood flooring in our 1958 California Ranch home.

It's a labor of love & a bit tedious. In the end, we feel it will be well worth it.

I have a...
06-11-05, 03:58 PM
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Posted By DehdHehd

Get a few estimates & on different SEER ratings. ...

Get a few estimates & on different SEER ratings.

Ask your HVAC guy to show you the payback for the systems based on your electricity costs. (You can find the price per KW on your bill.)

Most...
06-11-05, 03:49 PM
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If you wait until the house is completely heat...

If you wait until the house is completely heat soaked in the late part of the day to turn the unit on you may not see much change in the temp. you feel for quite some time. (Depending on all the...
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Posted By DehdHehd

Salvaging Existing T&G Strip Flooring

Greetings All!

I've browsed all of your excellent advice here for the last few days & haven't seen any info. on this.

We have select red oak that we are pulling up and reusing to repair the...
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