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I am experiencing noise and vibration in my home. I purchased a seismometer (infiltec) that shows there is vibration (below 20 hz). The software allows fast fourier transform giving frequency signature
Hopefully someone has experience with this insulation. We are finishing off our basement. We have one long interior wall that will separate a family room from a furnace/storage room
Most of us take heating and cooling for granted. We expect our heating systems to keep us warm during the winter, and we depend on air-conditioning to keep us cool during the summer. When the house is cold in winter or hot in summer, the natural reac
XPS duct panelISO9001/SGS/Class0BS476part 6&7 Model1: XPS foamExtruded Polystyrene Insulation Sheet/XPS BoardItem No. : WT2-2AMaterial: Double side aluminum foil+Polystyrene(XPS)FoamFront and back: 40 microns embossed aluminum foilCore material:
Hi All,We've just bought an old Victorian house and are in the process of doing it up. We've lifted all of the original floorboards (took a long time - hoping to relay them) and now want to insulate/sound proof. A few questions about putting the insu
Perhaps you’ve seen them… those insulating jackets for wrapping around a hot water tank to reduce heat loss. Do they work? Yup. Are they worth it? Maybe
Twist to unscrew. Once the tape sticks to the light bulb, you should have enough leverage to get it loose. Almost all light bulbs use standard screw threading, so turn the bulb counterclockwise to unscrew it
Background Vermiculite is a naturally occurring mineral compound composed of shiny flakes, resembling mica. When heated to a high temperature, flakes of vermiculite expand as much as 8-30 times their original size. Historically, much of the world's s
My house was built in 1928, its an old Milwaukee bungalow. I have a small cantilever overhang in the front of my house. That area gets pretty cold in the winter, so I wanted to investigate insulating it
I have a small run, about 3' or so where I must run a 10" flex duct in between floors. I am finishing the room where it traverses and will be sealing off this space. Unfortunately, the duct is in such a position where there's no way around running it