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Increasing exhaust fan duct size

I have a bathroom exhaust fan that has a 3 inch duct outlet. However, I would like to use a 4 inch insulated flexible duct.

Is there an adapter I can use to accomplish this or do I have to first...
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Increasing the duct size of my bathroom fan outlet?

I have a new bathroom fan that I'm installing that is 70 CFM. It will only be in the water closet part of the bathroom as the bathroom already has a larger 150 CFM fan in it.

The 70 CFM fan has a...
07-26-17, 09:43 AM
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Can I use Multi-Cable Staples to run wire horizontally?

Can I use Multi-Cable Staples to run wire from post to post?

I am running 5 or 6 runs of wire in my attic and thought I would use the Multi-Cable Staples to give myself more room.

Here's a...
03-27-17, 09:55 AM
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Which way should my joists run for a tray ceiling?

I'm getting ready to frame in a tray ceiling in my closet. The dimensions are 70" x 30".

I was thinking about just using one 2x6 joist that spans the entire length (70") of the trey ceiling right...
03-02-17, 11:10 AM
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What do you mean by "fill calculation"?

What do you mean by "fill calculation"?
03-02-17, 10:44 AM
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How should I route wire around a box?

I am remodeling my bathroom and am bringing in a new 20 amp circuit.

I want the box on the bottom to contain the GFI outlet. The box on the top will house the connection for a hardwired lighted...
02-28-17, 08:51 AM
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How should I wire toe kick lighting for bathroom vanity?

I'm remodeling my bathroom and have everything torn down to the studs.

I would like to add some LED lighting to the toe kick of the vanity that is controlled by a switch and I don't want any...
02-24-17, 09:10 AM
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Should I use a dedicated circuit for a towel warmer?

I purchased a 120 volt (70 watt) towel warmer that will be hard wired into our bathroom. I have 12-2 wire on a 20AMP breaker already in there that will be used for outlets and lighting.

Should I...
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