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A flue pipe must never pass through a combustible floor or ceiling or through an attic, roof space, closet or concealed space. Minimum clearance from combustible material: 450 mm (18 in. )
The line drains toward the top of the picture and out to the sewer. The builder installed a furnace and placed it such that it didn't cover any of these pipes: The placement of the furnace would have blocked a wall I want to put in to finish the base
Author Topic: Drilling prop vent holes jgkmmoore posted 09-11-2006 08:36 PM ET (US) I have a 13x19 SS Johnson prop on a 1982 John 140. Need to drill the vent holes to increase holeshot for water skiing. Somewhere, there exists a diagram with the hole
Scott McGillivray was on Steven and Chris to tell us about how you can turn your basement apartment into a profitable rental property. These homeowners recently renovated their basement and regret not turning it into a rental apartment. Could they do
I have two vent fans in my bathroom; and after a long, steamy shower, I’m still getting water and stains on my walls. How can I fix this problem? -Phil Hi Phil,You can’t expect prolonged exposure to a room full of steam not to condense on your bathro
Clothes Dryer Vents: The Proper and the ImproperBy Matthew Steger, ACI I continually run into confusion from property owners and Realtors regarding what the proper venting material should be for clothes dryers. Statistics from the Consumer Product Sa
I'm in the midst of a kitchen reno and removal of a wall between the living room and kitchen. I came across what looks to be a secondary vent pipe that does not penetrate my roof, but does go to the attic. I've called the plumber and he will be here
A wall vent maintains even temperature throughout a house by allowing air to enter and exit the wall through the vent. In a bathroom, or other humid areas of the house, a wall vent reduces the amount of moister that collects in the wall by letting it
My bathroom exhaust fan recently broke. When I went to replace it, I noticed that it wasn't being exhausted from the attic. I was about to make a separate hole in the nearest gable to exhaust the fan, but my wife asked if I could butt the exhaust pip
Background: As the title says, I'm about to (within the next week or 2) install a dryer booster for a new (to my friend, not newly built) house. The dryer vent goes through a couple bends behind the wall but then goes straight up about 15-20 feet whe