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06-24-14, 11:17 AM
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Posted By garya505

Thanks Bud. I'm trying to make optimal use of...

Thanks Bud. I'm trying to make optimal use of the space in the garage for practical purposes, while still leaving easy access to the 2 cars. The garage was not built with a lot of extra space so...
06-24-14, 10:55 AM
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Posted By garya505

From 2012 IRC

G2407.11 (304.11) Combustion air ducts.
Combustion air ducts shall comply with all of the following:
1. Ducts shall be constructed of galvanized steel complying with Chapter 16 or of a material...
06-24-14, 10:32 AM
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Posted By garya505

Yes I know they look that way, but it's partially...

Yes I know they look that way, but it's partially because of the angle of the louvers and the angle of the photo. Still, they probably could use some cleaning.


No, they are on an elevated...
06-24-14, 10:10 AM
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Posted By garya505

Thanks for the reply. Why do you say 6" ?

Thanks for the reply. Why do you say 6" ?
06-23-14, 10:22 AM
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Posted By garya505

Anybody? I think the combustion air vent...

Anybody?

I think the combustion air vent and it's size is covered in the building codes or maybe NFPA, but what would be required to keep it free of obstruction is less clear. Obviously you...
06-19-14, 10:27 PM
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Posted By garya505

Here are a couple of pictures. Each vent is 8"...

Here are a couple of pictures. Each vent is 8" by 14".
06-19-14, 09:46 AM
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Posted By garya505

Question about the air intake in my garage

OK, I have a question about the air intake in my garage. I have a gas water heater and gas furnace on my garage, so there's a vent in the wall to bring in combustion air. I'm reorganizing the...
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