Originally Posted by texanator
I'm about to redo my dryer duct. The old one runs out thru the roof and
it's just a hassle to maintain properly.
The new duct will be horizontal and only 4' 2" long instead of going thru the roof.
The new duct will run thru a tiny storage closet, which is accessible from
the outside of the house only.
My question is... can I use 4" PVC pipe instead of the standard sheet metal duct?
Thanks for yalls input. I procrastinated long enough and finally tackled this task.
End result, 49 inch galvanized metal duct thru one interior wall and one exterior wall.
Added a new powertool into my collection, a Bosch rotary hammer,
which "cut" thru the exterior brick wall like butta.