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    Wiring ceiling fans after an outlet

    We have new wiring in the room we want to add two ceiling fans in. The wire is 12/2, the breaker is a 15amp, and there are 4 outlets inline in this circuit. Typically, the most that is drawing on...
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    Re: Salvage old Barn with Shed

    At the very least, I would imagine you can get it brought down free, if it's in poor condition with little usable lumber. I've been hunting barn siding and flooring for a reno for months and keep...
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    Re: Deconstructing 1920s cottage

    Try posting on craigslist (I would be all OVER it if I was anywhere near you for our new house which was once a cottage), or contacting a Re-Store (habitat for humanity resale outlet for used...
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    Re: How to start the renovation project

    I think it depends on how much you'll be able to do yourself (skill level). Do you have the tools or will you need to buy them?

    We are basically in the same place, but we didn't really want to...
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    Re: Supplemental heating?

    Not sure how your decor is, but you might want to use a ceiling fan to draw the heat back down from the ceiling. We heat with a gas stove in our old house and use two ceiling fans (open floor plan),...
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    Re: vent free gas stove

    It depends on the brand, I believe you can with that one, but it might also depend on the model. Check your owner's manual, or contact Monesson directly to find out. You might need a specific one....
  7. 1970s (?) era Three Season Porch, Season-all

    Hello! We have just bought a little place that has an older porch addition. I believe it's 70's era-it's the old style aluminium panels on the bottom, then slidable windows, then screens with a set...
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    Re: Combining Radiant and Baseboard

    Yes, we definately get below 32 degrees here. Not typically below 0, but we do get into the teens and single digits a few times a year at least. Hot water heat is fairly common in this area...
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    Re: Combining Radiant and Baseboard

    Thanks for the replies!

    The boiler is supposed to be new, however I imagine "new" means within the last 5-10 years.

    We are in WNY.

    The exisiting system is run rather...um...uniquely. ...
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    Combining Radiant and Baseboard

    I've searched and found some posts about this, but none have addressed our specific issue that I found.

    We have a small place, only about 680 square feet. It currently has a boiler and basebard...
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