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you might not be able to depending on the size of...

you might not be able to depending on the size of the flue, you might get too much draft and the wood wont burn right and you will have a huge ash buildup in you flues.
i would get a mason to look...
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if you have forced air heating all you have to do...

if you have forced air heating all you have to do is turn the circulator fan on in the furnace when you fire up the pellet stove, that wil circulate teh heat through out the house.




chris
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you could get laminate flooring that uses no...

you could get laminate flooring that uses no glues, the pieces just snap into each other.



chris
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engineered wood floors are the best way you go if...

engineered wood floors are the best way you go if you have radiant floor heating, they are thin so they will transmit the heat, and they are designed in a crossgrain patters so you will have minimal...
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did you look into the prices of stamped concrete,...

did you look into the prices of stamped concrete, i think at the prices of rete these days paves would be about the same. and stamed rete never looks like real pavers, and when it starts to crack its...
03-14-08, 06:55 PM
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Posted By hmbuilder

you should go under the cabinets in the basement...

you should go under the cabinets in the basement and see if the heat line has a kinck in it or if it came undone from the register.


chris
03-14-08, 06:52 PM
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Posted By hmbuilder

just watch out when you get to the corners you...

just watch out when you get to the corners you you dont chip them, always cut the corners with the blade spinning towards the inside of the counter.



chris
03-14-08, 06:48 PM
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you have to rip out all teh layers of linoleum...

you have to rip out all teh layers of linoleum and the underlayment wich will in most cases be a 1/4 inch plywood. That will be nailed down but might be glued but that is unlikley. you dont want to...
03-14-08, 06:40 PM
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for the polishing you do need a varriabe speed...

for the polishing you do need a varriabe speed gringer but to drill the holes you dont, most drills wont go full speed untill you push the trigger all the way, so you could save mony and use a...
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