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Removing Wall - Reroute HVAC?


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07-24-01, 06:58 AM   #1  
I am going to be removing an interior wall on the first floor in my home. It is load bearing and I will be installing a laminated beam to support the load etc. etc.

The question is: There are four heating/AC ducts and three cold air return runs running up this wall from the basement to two of the bedrooms (3 heat, 2 cold air returns), bathroom (1 heat) and hallway (1 cold air return) on the second floor.

What is the best way to re-route these? The outside walls are insulated, so I can't use them.


 
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07-26-01, 11:50 AM   #2  
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i think the best thing you can do is get a plumber to look at your proposed project and have him tell you what your options are. then you can decide if rerouting them is something you want to do yourself.

 
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