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no comment on my idea ? i guess the main...

no comment on my idea ?

i guess the main reason to run them in the attic is to get them out of the low ceiling basement(future man cave). but if there is a good basement solution = i am all ears. ...
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someone told me it was bad. so i am following up...

someone told me it was bad. so i am following up on that.

my problem : my new house is pretty old. the furnace is newer. but it looks like they used the original (?) ducts. and certainly the...
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ducts in attic ?

is it a bad idea to run ducts in the attic, even if they are well insulated ?
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check the connection for starters.

check the connection for starters.
02-28-12, 06:25 PM
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if you have an attached garage. put a switch on...

if you have an attached garage. put a switch on the garage door opener. and turn it off at night.
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have a bunch of towels close by.

have a bunch of towels close by.
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yeah, well. it wasn't much more than base model...

yeah, well. it wasn't much more than base model stainless. and i plan to remodel the whole kitchen. so i wanted something that looks nice.

oh, we didn't buy from sears
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yeah, you guys are probably right. just like many...

yeah, you guys are probably right. just like many things these days, its hit or miss.

we ended up buying LG stainless french door fridge, gas stove and micro. no place for a dishwasher, yet.
we...
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well, i am looking at reviews for many different...

well, i am looking at reviews for many different things. and, as was said somewhere on a forum =
"if you read the reviews on anything. you will want to buy nothing"
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i am considering samsung. but i am leaning...

i am considering samsung. but i am leaning towards LG. i read that samsung fridges can be noisy.
02-22-12, 05:55 PM
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are you using that space just for storage ? then...

are you using that space just for storage ? then you could drill holes in the flooring to help it vent.
but then, depending on what you store, you could block those vents. unless you put spacers...
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"And the new refridges require them or the...

"And the new refridges require them or the selenoids burn out on the ice makers in short time. "

why would they be required ? how would they prevent the solenoids from burning out ?
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ok, well, not exactly the answers i was looking...

ok, well, not exactly the answers i was looking for. which would be something like " abc, xyz, are good. and fgh and tyu are not so good, as we work on them all the time". so i will just search the...
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good, bad, brands ?

hello, folks.

i am in the market for an appliance set = fridge, stove(gas) micro and dishwasher.

i need to know what to look at and what to avoid.
stainless and up to $3000 for the set.
...
02-12-12, 07:12 AM
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yeah, thats crazy. get some 1" pipe. that should...

yeah, thats crazy. get some 1" pipe. that should be $1.98 :D
02-12-12, 06:45 AM
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if you suspect the skylights. why not...

if you suspect the skylights. why not make/install some insulated plugs ? this will test your theory, before doing any major reno's .
02-12-12, 06:34 AM
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seal any leaks. rigid foam. then drywall. thats...

seal any leaks. rigid foam. then drywall. thats what i would do.

but i would have to see it first.
02-11-12, 06:49 AM
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also. be carefull moving the washer & drier. as...

also. be carefull moving the washer & drier. as they CAN leave unremovable marks on the tile. i am not saying that they WILL leave marks. i am saying they can. i know this.
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Solid Hardwood, Engineered and Laminate Flooring...

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02-07-12, 05:40 PM
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lol, i bet he does :dogrun:

lol, i bet he does :dogrun:
02-06-12, 06:33 PM
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we put in a single bowl when i did the condo...

we put in a single bowl when i did the condo :thumbup::beers::thumbup:
we are living with a double bowl now :thumbdn:


nice goat. does it run down that hill ?
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i am going to say that = no, i shouldn't be much...

i am going to say that = no, i shouldn't be much wet, if any at all. i would look for plumbing anywhere around that area. especially buried pipes, they could be leaking under the dirt. and/or are...
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are the gutters steel ?...

are the gutters steel ? ................................................
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"the bragging rites are worth more than the money...

"the bragging rites are worth more than the money saved"

speak for yourself :D
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i am no pro. but i think i would remove the...

i am no pro. but i think i would remove the defective gutters and do them correctly. and with that stucco in the pics, i would make some kind of cap for it and seal it in place. and run the new...
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