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Thanks

OK thanks. I'll try that and see what happens. If it does not work, would it work to add a second bleeder to the heater, this time at the high end?
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Cold baseboard heater

I just installed a new hydronic baseboard heater in the upstairs hallway. After I finished, I realized that the end of the heater with the bleeder on it is a little lower than the other end. Now,...
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Hickory stair treads

I am going to be replacing our old stair treads with new hickory treads. I bought them prefinished already. The stairs are enclosed on both sides by walls. I was wondering what is the best way to...
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Diagonal bracing

I am getting ready to build a 16' x 10' deck that will be attached to the house. I have a ledger and will have 6 total 4x4 piers. The materials list I got from Home Depot for the deck included...
01-26-09, 03:38 PM
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Plan

My plan was to run the new shower drain down the wall and then slope it down over to the sink drain. The sink drain is 2" ABS. It runs along the basement wall, turns a corner, and then runs into...
01-26-09, 09:09 AM
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Tie into existing drain?

I am installing a shower in a bathroom upstairs. I plan on running a P-trap underneath the shower, and then running the drain down to the basement. Here, I want to tie the shower drain into the...
01-26-09, 04:53 AM
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Basement walls

I wanted to check to see if anyone has any advice on insulating a basement. Our basement is quite cold, as we live in Vermont. We have a concrete foundation and I have filled all cracks that I have...
01-20-09, 10:41 AM
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Drain

The drain itself will have a trap underneath it. Then, it will be run straight down the wall into the basement and over to tie into the plumbing from the kitchen sink. Can I run a new vent from the...
01-20-09, 06:26 AM
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New shower vent and drain?

I am installing a shower in what used to be a closet attached to my bathroom upstairs. My thoughts are to run the drain down the wall into the basement and then tie it into the kitchen sink drain. ...
01-19-09, 02:53 PM
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Thanks

Thanks for the help. I should be able to slide it in the doorway and then slide it back to where I want it. I am gutting the entire bathroom so it will be empty when I put in the tub.

The...
01-19-09, 02:32 PM
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removing wall at top of stairs

The stairs going upstairs in my house have full walls on both sides, going all of the wall up both stories. At the top, there is a hallway on the left and the load-bearing wall is on the right. I...
01-18-09, 05:34 AM
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Small bathroom with slanted ceiling

I have a second story small bathroom that is 61" wide and 120" long. The ceilings are slanted from wall to wall. I was thinking of installing a tub/shower in the bathroom since it requires 60". ...
07-24-08, 11:43 AM
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Nice

Yes, I am in the U.S. The 2 branch circuits sounds good. That was my plan but I was just making sure. Thanks.
07-24-08, 09:19 AM
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Circuits in a kitchen

I am rewiring our kitchen and everything I am finding online says to use 2 20-amp circuits. Do I run wire from the breaker to the outlets in a string and then from the last outlet back to another...
07-14-08, 10:01 AM
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Connecting ground wire to old wire?

I am in the process of rewiring our house and I ran into a point where one breaker covers outlets on the first floor and switches/lights on the second floor. I do not want to rip up the walls going...
07-13-08, 01:11 PM
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Removing a wall???

There is a small 4 ft. wall between my kitchen and sun room that I would like to take down. I have taken off all sheetrock and the wall is now just studs. It runs parallel to the joists so I am...
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