We did buy the 60's modern I posted about in January; I've got a certified guy working on load calcs to upgrade the furnaces, & add A/C. The crawl space will be insulated,--so that that part is in the works...
Meanwhile I'm struggling to get the first bathroom finished so we can move in & continue to work.
Today's gumption trap--I assembled my new vanity (wall to wall installation) & then realized that it extends out past the heat register that is mounted in the wall.
How hard would it be to convert and extend this to an under-cabinet duct with a register in the toekick? My rough and ready measurement for the in wall duct is 3.5 x 10", it comes up above floor level about 5".
The wall is open because I'm rejiggering the sink drains and adding GFI's at countertop level....More than willing to build a new plinth/toe to hold the ductwork, although 4" height is about what the cabinet has now...