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Have a decent neighbor, retired, squared away, likes things neat. His back porch wood got rotten and he claims this is because the shade / humidity of the tree. Can that be true? The mildew was on the side closer to the tree, near the top, so I can s
Background: A bay window has been having ice dam issues for the past couple of years. I think the water is coming in through the space between the gutter and the fascia. That space is just on the inside edge of the bay window
This element has a width of 100%. Setting height and widthThe height and width properties are used to set the height and width of an element. The height and width can be set to auto (this is default
A window hinged at the side is called a casement window. More specifically, that is a slide hinge, manual, sector crank casement window. Different manufacturers may have a different name for the 'slide hinge' style
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Portable air conditioners are designed so you can easily move them to any room of your home. They’re not installed in a window like room air conditioners, but use a flexible exhaust hose that carries the warm air from the room. This hose can be run t
So I have this sunroom off the side of my garage that has a roof and what I think is a metal exterior. 1 wall is to the garage and the other 3 sides have large openings which once housed screens and about 18 horizontal glass panes that opened and clo
As others have mentioned, you could use that large rock to your advantage, but for less money, you can simply design your house to take advantage of passive cooling methods. Quickly, I'll preface that I get most of these ideas from the visitor center
Dave, Assuming that you will be removing the frame surrounding the glass (whether it be wood or aluminum, or what have you) you will be left with either a single piece of tempered glass (with sharp edge) or a double paned insulating glass unit, that
The key will be to a) block all air paths, and b) have rigid barriers rather than flexible barriers. So, those pleated plastic barriers must be supplemented, if not replaced. Ideally, you should remove the AC unit (don't drop it out the window!), rem