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Posted in thread: Bathroom Exhaust Fan on 08-02-2016 at 01:22 PM
The fan will work fine anywhere in the ceiling, I would keep it out of the shower.If the
soffets are vented change a few feet on each side to solid as the moisture will go up into the
Posted in thread: Bathroom Exhaust Fan on 07-31-2016 at 02:44 PM
:) Got one of those Bathroom Exhaust Fans with a Multi-Function Control, Automatic Sensor,
Humidity Level Detector, Select Dial, Override Switch...lol.. Have a 3 Part Question.. (1)
Could I not tap in...
Posted in thread: Danby Brand Dehumidifier / Auto Timer ??? on 06-06-2016 at 05:23 PM
Have you checked the humidity setting, it may not think it needs to turn on.:hide: Yep, Have
Dehumidifier setup in the Basement with Humidity Setting at 45'... The Unit is one of those
newer models wi...
Posted in thread: Danby Brand Dehumidifier / Auto Timer ??? on 06-06-2016 at 07:04 AM
:help: Just bought a Dehumidifier , Danby Model #DDR45B1GP... Problems trying to set the Auto
Timer Function.. Following the Prompts in the Manual the digital selection goes from 0.0 to 24
, I assume ...
Posted in thread: Floating Floor / Cutting to Measure.... on 05-14-2016 at 11:33 AM
Replacing the Floating Flooor in a Basement Bedroom.. Can we Safely use the Mittor Saw ,
replaced the Blade last Fall with your Standard Multipurpose Cutting Blade.. Or could we expect
Chippinng and w...
Posted in thread: Dampness in The Attic ??? on 03-29-2016 at 05:21 AM
So the moisture is getting past that door, so it should be cleaned up and made to seal and you
do need that bathroom fan and going straight up thru the roof is the usual if you have the
Posted in thread: Dampness in The Attic ??? on 03-26-2016 at 05:00 AM
You may find mold around the access door simply because warm air seeps in from the heated space
and condenses there. Hopefully it's not an attic full.:agree: @nealtw & beachguy005.... Outcome
Posted in thread: Dampness in The Attic ??? on 03-25-2016 at 12:41 PM
:hide: As mentioned in another Thread looking for a Safe Route to Exhaust Condensation to the
Outside.. 1st step was to access the Attic , that has turned into a Gargantuan Can Of Worms..
The Trap Doo...
Posted in thread: Bathroom Exhaust Fan / Heat Loss ?? on 03-19-2016 at 11:19 AM
Best not to use a soffit vent as exhausted moisture will be drawn into the attic via soffit
vents (assuming properly vented roof).So Soffit Vent is Out ?? I take it then if I still wanted
Posted in thread: Bathroom Exhaust Fan / Heat Loss ?? on 03-13-2016 at 07:17 AM
Since they were not;Is your dwelling a 2 story, over this bathroom, is there an openable window
in the bathroom, and is your side yard more than 3' wide, adjacent to this bathroom?:). House
is "L" Sha...