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  1. So you think it is normal, nothing to worry...

    So you think it is normal, nothing to worry about?

    When we excavated and the hole was open for a few weeks in August to do footings, foundation there was next to no ground water even after a big...
  2. Sump pump runs in freezing temperatures?

    I have a 60 year old house with clay weeping tile that is hooked into a storm or combined sewer. Never had water problems in the basement.
    This summer I built a small addition (300sq') and...
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    I dont know either of you guys so I am not taking...

    I dont know either of you guys so I am not taking sides but Id like to make an observation.....

    I have been reading this forum for a month now. People like me come to sites like this to learn...
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    I considered electric wires for my 250 sq'...

    I considered electric wires for my 250 sq' addition but I am putting pex in the floor and heating with an electric water heater (marathon).
    My reasons are simple. This will be for floor warming...
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    The fact is, I dont know. I was just asking the...

    The fact is, I dont know. I was just asking the question because on my current humidistat there is a scale that sugests a humidity level based on different outdoor temps.
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    humidistat??

    After doing a couple of checks with my voltage meter I have determined that my humidistat is shot. It is cheap standard issue that mounts in a hole in the return air duct.
    I am thinking about...
  7. I have lots of money to throw away!!! Just...

    I have lots of money to throw away!!! Just kidding.

    This is a one room addition that is open to the rest of the house. House is heated by forced air gas.... The hydronic heat in the floor is...
  8. You saying leave it, remove it and plug it all...

    You saying leave it, remove it and plug it all the same? I dont want to have the circ pump pull air into the system.

    Chris
  9. Thanks for the reply Jim. I am trying to...

    Thanks for the reply Jim.


    I am trying to learn here so help me out. Can you expand on why you think it better left in?

    Chris
  10. Check valve on a closed loop hydronic system?

    As mentioned in another thread I am putting together a small closed loop hydronic system . The Taco circ pump I have purchased has a integral check. My system will have about 18" of head. ...
  11. vACUUM RELIEF VALVE ON CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM?

    Hi, Chris here first time poster!

    I am putting a small infloor hydronic system together to heat a small addition. This is to supplement my existing forced air gas system.

    I am considering...
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