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HardwoodGuy I had a few pieces dry fit just...

HardwoodGuy

I had a few pieces dry fit just to show my wife what it would look like, but this was only a few pieces, I started again with a different case that I opened the day I went to put it...
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Posted By MrTimV

Trillium UniClic won't click/sit properly

Attempting to install some engineering hardwood in a room I'm finishing, never put down a hardwood floor before so opted for what is supposed to be easiest.

However when trying to clic the floor...
12-31-08, 12:28 PM
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Posted By MrTimV

Yes I am planning on using an insulating...

Yes I am planning on using an insulating underlayment on the carpet.

The floors in that room are at or around the frost line (yard is on a slope)so they can get a bit cold so I had originally...
12-31-08, 09:34 AM
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Posted By MrTimV

Heating for basement room

Ok well I'm redoing my basement and I have one room that's puzzling me in terms of how to go about heating it.

Right now it's got a hardwood floor and was used as an office by the previous owner. ...
07-22-08, 08:44 AM
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Posted By MrTimV

It all depends on your heat loss/heat gain. ...

It all depends on your heat loss/heat gain.

If you're gaining or loosing alot of heat via radiant sources then this type of thing will help a great deal. If you are loosing via convection or...
04-03-08, 06:49 AM
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Posted By MrTimV

Yeah Going to save my pennies (and get an...

Yeah

Going to save my pennies (and get an incentive application) and get a ground source heat pump.

I'm owed a favour by a contractor that, that's all he does so after a chat with him and a few...
04-02-08, 07:33 AM
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Posted By MrTimV

Ok thanks. What I'm really looking for I...

Ok thanks.

What I'm really looking for I guess is the efficiency of the one system vs the efficiency of the other system.

The insulation and air leaks is being taken care of as I worked in the...
04-01-08, 01:42 PM
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Posted By MrTimV

Forced air vs. Baseboard

Hello all,

Well I have a heating Q.
Bought a house in January and am looking at improving the heating (among other things).

Currently the house is heated with baseboard electric... which as...
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