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    The HRV is a dedicated unit with it's on plenum. ...

    The HRV is a dedicated unit with it's on plenum. The rest of the house is baseboard heat.
    The main HRV unit is in the garage with the bathroom about 80' away, so running another separate vent line...
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    The 4x4 fixed skylight was replaced about 3 years...

    The 4x4 fixed skylight was replaced about 3 years ago with another of the same. So that ain't changing. The residence is a rancher with HRV, so to keep it balanced for Winter use windows can't be...
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    My original intention was to have a separate...

    My original intention was to have a separate exhaust fan mounted in the common skylight (replacing the HRV vent ..which would have been moved to another flat ceiling area). One of the stipulations...
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    :whistle: To update, I called Nutone and queried...

    :whistle: To update, I called Nutone and queried them about mounting the exhaust fan model on vertical. They promptly told me that the design of the fan precludes that method and will void the...
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    mounting bath fan in skylight wall?

    Need some feedback about installing an exhaust fan in a skylight.

    The large skylight is shared directly above two shower stalls and so I need something that will rapidly take the moisture away...
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    This is what I'm in the process of doing just now...

    This is what I'm in the process of doing just now (to cut down on the "stack effect") ..all the insulation is now down from the floor joists so I can see where the penetrations are. We are...
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    Not aware of any radon presence on Vancouver...

    Not aware of any radon presence on Vancouver Island.

    I'm more concerned on how to move air in and out of the CS due to buildup of moisture over time (remember, I may wanna close the air vents). ...
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    Hah.. "maybe" and without strings attached would...

    Hah.. "maybe" and without strings attached would be nice. I can ask the local building inspection about it but our guys have a nice habit of wanting to do a walk-through of the entire property and...
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    His idea will most likely be my first approach as...

    His idea will most likely be my first approach as it will require a fair bit of work (and expense) to extend any HRV ducts into the CS. As indicated in my reply to him, our original path was to keep...
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    Thanks for dropping by to add your comments ...

    Thanks for dropping by to add your comments :yes:

    From some recent commissioned reports that I read, insulating the subfloor rather than the inside of the foundation walls is more beneficial in...
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    I Hope I've come to the right place ..so far not...

    I Hope I've come to the right place ..so far not so sure as no helpful comments :nopity:

    How do I make contact with teddy bear?
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    Running HRV F/A supply to crawl space ?

    30 year old 2000 sq ft. rancher in PNW :

    Looking to close off our crawl space vents to outside and make the area more conditioned. The huge 3' high CS is all concrete, including floors (vapour...
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