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no vehicle loads on this, just a patio to...

no vehicle loads on this, just a patio to eliminate poor grass growing area. I would be using 4x8 bricks or larger not the thin veneer stuff. Rigid edge restrain is a given.
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pavers without gravel base

I have an area on the side of my house id like to cover with pavers. When i built the house about 10 years ago, this area was all back filled with sand, about 6 feet deep. Ive put in a fee patios...
09-16-10, 04:26 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

they cant be insulated to a great degree (R4...

they cant be insulated to a great degree (R4 maybe). I have one section of roof with the rafters insulated where they create a roof over our deck. The snow above the insulated surface (in the area...
09-14-10, 08:58 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

attic insulation with air handlers

I would like to try to solve an ice dam problem in my custom built cape. The attic has 15" of cellulose insulation and all the recessed lights have been sealed as well as all plumbing and wiring...
01-12-10, 05:09 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Changed to run only when heat is on. Sure the...

Changed to run only when heat is on. Sure the humidifier runs less but since it runs less, it doesnt increase the humidity in the house.
01-07-10, 03:49 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Its set to run to maintain a set humidity level.

Its set to run to maintain a set humidity level.
01-04-10, 03:42 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Nothing changed but the humidifier running 24...

Nothing changed but the humidifier running 24 hours a day for just about the whole month.
01-03-10, 04:54 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

well, i switched over to the hot water line. It...

well, i switched over to the hot water line. It seems a little better but its still have a hard time keeping up the 35% humidity setting.
Oh and we just got our electric bill, +70 bucks to run this...
12-22-09, 09:21 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

hooked up to cold. Cant imagine hooking it up to...

hooked up to cold. Cant imagine hooking it up to hot, the way it drains out the bottom, the water heater will be working all the time too.
no fresh air or HRV
12-22-09, 04:21 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

The air handlers are all hydronic units (fed hot...

The air handlers are all hydronic units (fed hot water from a central boiler). The house is fairly tight. Ive had a blower door test done and eliminated a lot of the major air leak paths. Have not...
12-21-09, 03:12 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

The HE265 is a by-pass unit not a powered unit...

The HE265 is a by-pass unit not a powered unit and was recommended to be used on the cold air side since I didnt have space on the warm air side for the unit.
12-21-09, 05:54 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Humidifier not maintaining humidity level

Finally got the HE265 hooked up and running. It was working good until the temps got colder and the heat is coming on more often. Its currently hooked up to our first floor air handler, mounted on...
11-11-09, 01:29 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Well, finally got the humidfier installed and the...

Well, finally got the humidfier installed and the Tstat hooked up to run the furnace. Just need to figure out the humidifier wiring. So far I have it hooked up as an unpowered unit. Jumper Hum1 to...
10-16-09, 10:59 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Hmm, long week. I mean HE260 (thats even what i...

Hmm, long week. I mean HE260 (thats even what i have written on my notepad and I still got it wrong).

The crawl space is behind a knee wall on the second floor which is fully insulated. The air...
10-16-09, 07:47 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Well, I never did get around to installing the...

Well, I never did get around to installing the HE600. Is that still the way to go? Heating season has started and Id really like to get it done this year.
Outdoor sensor would be installed.
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01-06-09, 03:43 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

So should I tie this all together with a...

So should I tie this all together with a Honeywell IAQ tstat? Id like to replace the one I have so that I can have different weekend settings than the weekday ones.
01-05-09, 06:54 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Ok, thanks Ill look into that unit. I just...

Ok, thanks Ill look into that unit.
I just measured the top of the AH to the trunk and its just at 6 inches. It seems that the connector from the AH to the trunk is stepped. About 4 inches above...
01-05-09, 05:21 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Hot water heat with A/C and all ducts are metal.

Hot water heat with A/C and all ducts are metal.
01-05-09, 03:41 PM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Model# BCRMB5436s3N3 ...

Model# BCRMB5436s3N3

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01-04-09, 08:26 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Recommendation for whole house humdifier

I have 3 ADP air handlers with Robertshaw thermostats. They are all wired for single speed set to high. One for the first floor, located in the basement and 2 others for the second floor and master...
12-22-08, 08:55 AM
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Posted By Ktm250rider

insulating attic air handlers

I have 2 air handlers located in an unheated attic. both coils in the units are feed with hot water from a boiler in the basement on two seperate zones. I would like to minimize any heat loss so I...
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Its a 2 story house. Just before the pipe exits...

Its a 2 story house. Just before the pipe exits the foundation, there is a roughly 2 foot drop from the waste line to the cleanout.
Well, I was the lazy idiot that installed it. I bet you thats...
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Hmm, I think it will actually be more than that...

Hmm, I think it will actually be more than that now. Wasnt sure what the fittings accounted for. I would need to add another 2 elbows to run the straight pipe under the floor joists, since they are...
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Posted By Ktm250rider

Yup, brand new house. Ill check the scum...

Yup, brand new house. Ill check the scum thickness. Yes the air space is about 8-10". I can check that and verify at the same time.
I do have a clean out in the basement. Its a straight shot...
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Posted By Ktm250rider

WTank usage is about two years. Will have moved...

WTank usage is about two years. Will have moved in here 2 years ago in march of 08.
The solids were about 8-10 inches from the top.
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