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  1. New Vermont Castings Jefferson Gas Stove...good price?

    Found one online for $800 in green. Direct Vent Vermont Casting Jefferson model with no electric blower. Any idea if this is a good quality gas stove and if it's worth it to pick it up? It's brand...
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    Basement Insulation?

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    I have a home built in 1993. The basement really wasn't insulated at all. This weekend I placed insulation on all the pipes from the hotwater...
  3. Nobody uh? OK, what about opinions on insulating...

    Nobody uh? OK, what about opinions on insulating both hot and cold water pipes that are exposed in my basement? The basement is dry and not real cold but every little bit would help right?
  4. Gas Stove heat to suppliment Forced Hot Water?

    Anyone have a gas powered stove that you heat part or all of your house with?

    Thinking of getting one that will at least replace some of my forced hot water baseboard heat.

    Any advantages or...
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    Yes we have run it....I haven't looked to see if...

    Yes we have run it....I haven't looked to see if it was iceing over again...I'm guessing not since airflow has moved very well since I changed out the filter.
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    Anyone else? Gussing I'll have to call someone...

    Anyone else? Gussing I'll have to call someone out to take a look at it. :(
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    The air coming out used to be much cooler before...

    The air coming out used to be much cooler before the system froze up the other day.
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    OK, I bought the cheap blue fiberglass filters. ...

    OK, I bought the cheap blue fiberglass filters. Changed out the very dirty one.

    Turned the AC on, stat said 81 in the house. Now before the ice over, when the AC was on, the rooms would cool...
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    Ryan, thanks for the respons. Yea, they are just...

    Ryan, thanks for the respons. Yea, they are just small holes/gaps in the sheet metal of the unit.

    No idea when it was last changed. We moved into the house in April and it was there. There...
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    Central Air Novice---questions within

    1st off, my basement unit stopped blowing cold air last night. Having some experience with a window unit I checked the filter. Filter was clogged and the Condenser(?) was iced up on both sides and...
  11. It's city water. The filtration is more for the...

    It's city water. The filtration is more for the silt than anything else. Funny, I just looked up the Water Dept....a guy I graduated from HS is the SUP.
  12. Anyone recommend a whole system water filtration?

    Just about to move into my new house(built in 1993) and I'm guessing there have been issues with junk in the master bath sink. Lots of junk build up has totally clogged the water flow.

    The hot...
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    Just a general plumbing question....

    I have to plumb a water supply line to my new fridge. Instead of using a piercing tool to accomplish the goal or cutting the supply line to install another valve just for this purpose, would it be...
  14. Typical cost to convert from Oil to Natural Gas in Massachusetts

    my wife and I are looking at homes and most have oil heat. That in turn means they have electric ovens which my wife hates. So if a house is on a street with NG, what is the cost to convert over to...
  15. Poll: New Construction: Oil vs Propane-Pros vs Cons of each

    My boss is building a new home and is considering the pros and cons of both Propane and Oil heat. He would also like to have cental air. He is trying to determine which would be best for him. The...
  16. Building Heat conversion: One Zone to Multple Zones

    I know this might sound like a crazy question but I'll ask it anyway.


    The building I live in was once an old Gov't building, like a school. It has one boiler and steam heat. The system has a...
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    Thermostatic Valves-Worth the Money?

    Hello, this is my first post to the forums. I am on the board of a condo association and part of my responsibility is to try to save owners as much money as possible in reguards to condo fees, oil...
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