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  1. #14
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    Not to mention that cold air blowing on your face in the summer feels better than hot air on your face in the winter - at least in my opinion. And the effect of radiant heat loss is much more pronounced in the winter. The difference between a 75 degree setpoint and a 95 degree wall is much less than a 70 degree setpoint and a 20 degree wall. The walls need their "thermodynamic washing" much more in the winter.

    [Edited by Irascible on 07-04-2005 at 03:45 PM]

  2. #15
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    Are the grilles close to the interior or exterior wall,in this case?

  3. #16
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    The registers are close to the exterior wall

  4. #17
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    You guys ever heard of a therma-fuser?

  5. #18
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    Someone said they once used bee's wax.

  6. #19
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    Since they are close to the exterior wall,and windows,I'd use a two or three way directional throw grille.This with get part of the air to "wash" the ceiling while still getting air to the outside walls/windows.

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