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    Thanks for the help! The existing fan is vented...

    Thanks for the help! The existing fan is vented via flex duct but I'm assuming the when I upgrade to a new fan that it will operate more efficiently if I upgrade to a rigid duct as well?
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    Thanks for the tip - the fan is currently wired...

    Thanks for the tip - the fan is currently wired together with the overhead light, which she doesn't use since she doesn't want to hear the fan...she uses the lights over the sink instead. A timer is...
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    Quiet Bathroom Fan

    I have a small bathroom (50 sq feet) in my 1920's Craftsman Bungalow - the existing fan is noisy and and as a result, my wife refuses to use it...the result is me repainting my bathroom beadboard...
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    Just so I'm clear, what is "red tuck tape"? I...

    Just so I'm clear, what is "red tuck tape"? I usually use gorilla tape (basically a heavy duty duct tape) with the closed-cell foam insulation, wrapping it every 4' or so just to make sure it stays...
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    Burying Copper Pipe Follow-up questions

    Thanks for all the input - as far as insulating the hot water pipe underground, any advice on how to best do this? I typically use the slip-on foam insulation under my house, but wonder how well...
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    Burying Copper Pipe

    I am running hot and cold water lines from my house to our detached studio apartment and about 20' of the run needs to be buried across the yard between the house and studio. My plan is to dig a...
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