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tjaqua

08:17AM | 03/21/07
Member Since: 03/20/07
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Hello I have a oil furnace in my basement and it is in a 15x18 room and I want enclose the furnace and finish the rest of the room. Is it ok to have it enclosed? Assuming there will still be a way to get to it to fix it and clean it etc.

Thanks

Tim

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tjaqua

08:30AM | 03/21/07
Member Since: 03/20/07
2 lifetime posts
I am going to enclose my furnace and there will be a door on the left of the furnace and a door in front of the furnace. I plan on both of them to be leuver doors (the ones with the slats) 1 will be 30" and the other will be 48" to allow air to flow freely into the furnace area. Will that be sufficent air flow to the furnace or should I install a fan to blow air in or something on those lines.

Thanks

TJ

wwwlogsandgrillsdotcom

09:27AM | 04/06/07
Member Since: 02/17/06
19 lifetime posts
Coming from someone who has serviced units before, just make sure you provide clearance for service. If you have the installation instructions there, they should have some clearances in there too that you should observe. The louvered doors are a good idea.

Reg

Reggie Wilson

http://www.logsandgrills.com
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