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  • Dana Dorsett | Jul 18,2018 01:31 PM EDT
    It's hard to see what's going on in a picture when there are multiple LEDs. With a more compact/narrow light source viewing at an angle you'll see two pairs of images- the reflection surfaces #4 ...
  • Lyell Slade | Jul 18,2018 01:20 PM EDT
    Thanks for your answer on the multi split versus mini split. I have a much better understanding now and plan to ask for 2 dedicated outside units. And for the answer regarding the indoor temp ...
  • John Clark | Jul 18,2018 01:11 PM EDT
    Yep. The manufacturer should probably have been more specific with regards to what type of respirator. It would also take retailers off the hook from a liability perspective because the ...
  • Dana Dorsett | Jul 18,2018 01:10 PM EDT
    Those conditions listed in the submittal sheets are the "Rating Conditions per AHRI Standard" conditions at which it's efficiency and capacity was tested. The full range of indoor operating ...
  • Dana Dorsett | Jul 18,2018 12:59 PM EDT
    >"...thought that since mini splits bring in fresh air (they do, don't they?)..." No, they don't. They circulate room air entering at the top, and blow it out the front. The thing about XPS ...
  • Thomas Peterson | Jul 18,2018 12:45 PM EDT
    When 1) hybrid, if not electric cars, are standard personal transportation, 2) when solar energy and wind energy are being fully exploited, 3) LED bulbs are the only ones sold, and 4) stricter ...
  • | Jul 18,2018 12:30 PM EDT
    Thank you for reading my long question and spending the time to answer in such detail. I can get myself turned in knots so appreciate the help. I would welcome a site visit. Please email me ...
  • | Jul 18,2018 12:13 PM EDT
    In this case, I suspect the issue was not the toxicity of the methylene chloride but rather it's low vapor pressure combined with a small enclosed area. If the temp was warm, and the amount of ...
  • Kay Smith | Jul 18,2018 11:59 AM EDT
    Hi RIN4 I am so sorry this happened to you - it has been a constant source of stress and problems and it has not been resolved. Here is what I can recommend: Follow up with the manufacturer. ...
  • Steve Knapp CZ 3A Georgia | Jul 18,2018 11:42 AM EDT
    Calum, The manufacturer says you must use food-grade pellets. Regular heating pellets contain glues and other chemicals.
  • Craig Gates | Jul 18,2018 11:10 AM EDT
    Dana and Martin, Yes, the house is on the west side of the Cascades, in zone 4C. Thank you both for the detailed replies and links to additional information. I will read through them and let you ...
  • Lyell Slade | Jul 18,2018 11:07 AM EDT
    Hi again Dana, in looking over the submittal sheet, I noticed this: Operating Conditons (Indoor Intake Air Temp.) (Max./ Min.) Cooling5 90o F (32o C) DB / 67o F (19o C) DB Heating 80o F ...
  • Calum Wilde | Jul 18,2018 10:46 AM EDT
    With the wood pellet grill can you use any pellets, for example home heating pellets, or do they need to be food grade or something to the effect? How does the cost of usage breakdown for ...
  • | Jul 18,2018 09:51 AM EDT
    Connecting the basement supply and upstairs supply in a straight run with a T like that gives a direct connection for sound a light to transfer. Not a good idea. Offset the connections. Also, ...
  • John Clark | Jul 18,2018 09:32 AM EDT
    indirectly supports a group of individuals who were promoting the secession of California as a response to Trump election. ...
  • Dana Dorsett | Jul 18,2018 09:23 AM EDT
    The typical weather is described as " ...winter weather is 40-50 F ( 5-10 C) with frequent drizzle to light rain ", which indicates that it is definitely the zone 4C, not 5B part of Oregon. (East ...
  • Bennett G. | Jul 18,2018 09:02 AM EDT
    Thanks very much, Martin. I hadn't thought of blowing insulation through the roof deck. It's steep, they'll need rigging or a lift. Thanks also for the detail on the foam within the attic and ...
  • | Jul 18,2018 08:53 AM EDT
    Gotcha, I misunderstood the article on dense pack. As far as 45% in the winter -- it gets very uncomfortably dry here in Chicago in the winter..it can get into the teens for RH. I think low ...
  • Dana Dorsett | Jul 18,2018 08:46 AM EDT
    It's not clear what is meant by " Install 1” XPS rigid foam on inside of rafters to help with thermal bridging...", but it sounds like the foam would be installed on both sides of each rafter(?), ...
  • Chris Roche | Jul 18,2018 08:40 AM EDT
    Thank you for the reply Peter! The basement is indeed insulated and conditioned with a mini split. 10 mill vapor barrier below slab, with gravity daylight drains and 2 inch rigid under slab ...
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