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A ventilation contractor explains the ducting, sizing, wiring, and balancing that produce an effective HRV installation.
Q: Q. I’m building a tight house with above-average attention to air sealing, and I plan to ventilate with a Panasonic exhaust fan running continuously. Will the cracks around windows and doors admit adequate makeup air, or do I need to provide wall vents
Climate-specific building guides
A master electrician addresses questions and concerns about old and retrofit wiring on the typical remodeling site.
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Electrical wiring guides
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