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Posted By gloveguy

@Zorfdt... Thanks for the reply. I'll be...

@Zorfdt... Thanks for the reply. I'll be visiting my daughter this afternoon and am going to do a little more investigation work. She's the 1st ever tenant in the suite so I never thought to check...
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Posted By gloveguy

PS... You're correct; I'm not the owner, either. ☺

PS... You're correct; I'm not the owner, either. ☺
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Views: 191
Posted By gloveguy

Thanks for the reply. You're correct, I'm not...

Thanks for the reply.
You're correct, I'm not the landlord.
I thought about the bath fan being related to an air return system. My parent's condo had an extensive air circ/return system but the...
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Posted By gloveguy

Bathroom & Range Hood Exhaust Fans

Hi there,

I hope this finds everyone healthy and safe in our new "Covid" world.

My daughter just moved into a new carriage home and after we finished moving her in I decided to check on all the...
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Posted By gloveguy

Interlocking Paver Diveway Expansion

Hi there,

Iíve been installing interlocking pavers for the past 15 years and have come across a slightly new installation circumstance that Iíd like some advice on.

Iím installing 2 sections of...
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Posted By gloveguy

Heated Seat Wiring Question

Hi there,

This issue is in my 2008 Ford F-250, but I think it could relate to most 12v vehicle systems.

Iíve read numerous threads on this over the past few days and now Iíve got my passenger...
02-03-19, 03:03 PM
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Posted By gloveguy

@XSleeper, Yeah, Iíve been pondering that...

@XSleeper,
Yeah, Iíve been pondering that myself. Iíll be racking this in a couple of days, so, Iíll know more when I get up on the ladder and can dry-fit things and see whatís what.
The saving...
02-03-19, 12:24 PM
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Posted By gloveguy

@PJmax, I like the spacer solution. What...

@PJmax, I like the spacer solution. What material are the spacers made from?
So, for installation, Iíd drill a slightly bigger hole that the space, install the cover, then caulk around the spacers?...
02-03-19, 12:17 PM
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Posted By gloveguy

@PJMax... okay, Iím in ďfull siteĒ mode now, lol!...

@PJMax... okay, Iím in ďfull siteĒ mode now, lol!
Okay, here goes...
02-03-19, 12:08 PM
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Views: 512
Posted By gloveguy

Hereís a photo of the actual exterior of my shop...

Hereís a photo of the actual exterior of my shop where the door cover is going. Hopefully this ďcopy/pasteĒ workaround attempt works.
...
02-03-19, 12:00 PM
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Views: 512
Posted By gloveguy

@marksr, excellent point about the temp....

@marksr, excellent point about the temp. expansion/contraction of the vinyl siding. I do know that the siding nails are not hammered tight to the siding when installing to allow for movement so that...
02-03-19, 10:46 AM
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Views: 512
Posted By gloveguy

Man-Door Cover

@Pilot Dane,

Thanks for the reply. Point taken about the missing photos. I donít seem to get the ďGo AdvancedĒ button showing up below my text window.

Hereís a link to the exact product from...
02-03-19, 10:29 AM
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Views: 512
Posted By gloveguy

Man-Door Cover

Hi there,

im installing 2 man-door covers on the exterior of my shop and I have what Iím sure is a very basic question for this forum.

The instructions with the product really only talk about...
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Posted By gloveguy

May I ask what you mean by "single point heat...

May I ask what you mean by "single point heat source?"

I know you said you don't get into sizing furnaces much, but with your calculations (not holding you to it) and my furnace tech indicating...
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Posted By gloveguy

Smile @PJmax... Thanks for the reply. Yeah, I...

@PJmax... Thanks for the reply.

Yeah, I was wondering about the size, too.

I had a furnace guy out to my property as I was having an 80,000 BTU furnace serviced in a neighbouring rental...
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Posted By gloveguy

Smile Used Gas Heater?

Hi there,

I've got a 40'x40' shop with 18' ceilings. The building is well insulated and I'm just in the process of, finally, sheeting the inside of the shop. Also, there are two variable-speed...
01-15-17, 04:46 PM
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Posted By gloveguy

Thanks for reading my thread! I'll be...

Thanks for reading my thread! I'll be investigating things thoroughly tomorrow, so, I'll check back on my findings.

Any other thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.
01-15-17, 01:45 PM
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Views: 518
Posted By gloveguy

It's funny you should mention "Words Matter." A...

It's funny you should mention "Words Matter."
A few years ago I took a few courses that covered various aspects of technical writing. Since taking those courses I've really become aware of the...
01-15-17, 11:03 AM
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Views: 518
Posted By gloveguy

We live in Mission, British Columbia, which is...

We live in Mission, British Columbia, which is about a 15 minute drive to the Canada-US border at Washington State.

We haven't had a problem until this year.
01-15-17, 10:03 AM
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Views: 518
Posted By gloveguy

Smile Frozen water supply line

For the first time in the 12 years since I built our shop, the water supply line has frozen.

For the past 3 weeks it's been getting down to -12C , or colder, at night with highs reaching -4C,...
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Posted By gloveguy

Oops... I'm not sure why the orientation on the...

Oops... I'm not sure why the orientation on the pic is off.
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Views: 555
Posted By gloveguy

Here's a pic of the area. My idea was to...

Here's a pic of the area.

My idea was to have the bottom drawer 3/4 of the way up the shorter wall to the left, then have the top slide-out with a 2x2 frame at the front to support the face...
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Posted By gloveguy

@chandler - I plan on going as deep as possible...

@chandler - I plan on going as deep as possible with the drawers; Perhaps 42" drawer boxes with 36" slides.

@pugsl - Under drawer slides sounds interesting. Can you get under-mounts strong...
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Views: 555
Posted By gloveguy

Retrofitting Drawers

Hi there,
I'm just designing a pair of drawers to fit inside an existing, angled space under a staircase in our house.
My measurements show that the space is a consistent 44" deep, but, the width...
10-13-16, 11:43 AM
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Posted By gloveguy

@PJmax - Thanks for the response. He did test...

@PJmax - Thanks for the response. He did test the sensor with a meter, but he also noted, and showed me (should have taken a pic), that there was a bit of a "sooty" buildup on the sensor, but also...
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