" It is pretty sad that the professionals were unable to find the leak" Almost scary! Hope you got everything straightened out.
Impossible to say. It could be expansion of ductwork or something. What type of heating system do you have? Forced air,hydronic,what? How old is th...
More than likely your house was built with conventional lumber framing.
If they are wood studs the wire runs on the side of it not in front.
I think it will be ok as long as it had enough time to develop that "skin" and wasn't touched and deformed.
Hmmmmm. I give up. What is it. Also was the electrical guy the inspector's brother in law?
The only way you will not damage the grid(I guess it's a grid) is to locate the wires and work around them?
"does anyone know how i can do this without damaging the heat wires in the ceiling? " I'm curious and ignorant. What are heat wires?
I'm not too sure what you are trying to say but I have a feeling the answer to your question is to use a coped joint instead of a mitered cut.
They do it all year round but avoid it if there are pets and children present.
tripolymer retro/foams are the only kind of insulation that I know of that can get wet and not be damaged.
The speed of the blower is critical to correct operation of the unit. If you try to slow it down it could result in overheating and damage to the e...
Your best bet would be to hire a structural engineer to evaluate what is going on here. Nobody can be absolutly sure anyway without seeing it.
So you want to install a french drain around the perimeter of the basement,(inside) and have it feed into a sump pump right? Yeah you can dig arou...
Any attempt to remedy basement water infiltration should be attacked from the outside of the house first and work performed inside only as a last r...
I'm sure they're good. All my stuff is UEI. I would like to hear if you find anything. The TIF is 50 and the Bacharach is 50 also 20 in high sen...
Are you saying he put vents where snow piles up and then melts and water leaks in? Then they are located in a bad spot and need to be changed.Or bl...
Another thing it could be is pipe thread joint compound. My honest opinion is I think it's ok. The plumber checked it,gas co,inspector, ect. I don...
Check for good draft at the hood. If you can, post a picture of the setup.