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    A small update, from what I found. For piano,...

    A small update, from what I found. For piano, about 50 degrees is fine. This is actually beneficial, because lower heat levels in the winter will keep the humidity higher (source):



    Also, about...
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    Oops! Got distracted by Victornik's post, my...

    Oops! Got distracted by Victornik's post, my mistake.
    Call him a necroposter, not me! :couchhide:
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    I guess humidity harms more than dryness. Still...

    I guess humidity harms more than dryness. Still I'd ask an expert piano person about the temperatures. I'm a bit skeptical people have been able to keep pianos at 70F for the last 400 years. I'd...
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    Reported one team for trying to scam my Mom. They...

    Reported one team for trying to scam my Mom. They tried bait and switch as rider77 mentioned: show up for $50 go in attic say she needs new ducts and nonsense, now they want 3k to start.
    I walked...
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    In our previous apartment, before we put in...

    In our previous apartment, before we put in central air, we used two portable units purchased a couple of years apart. First one had a single vent hose, second one had two.
    Single hose blows the hot...
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    We used those as well. Any good hardware store...

    We used those as well.
    Any good hardware store will carry the shrink-wrap plastic. It comes in individual pre-cut window size and also in big sheets that you cut to fit. Measure your windows and...
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    As it's said, the smaller the dog the louder the...

    As it's said, the smaller the dog the louder the bark :grin2:
    Comparing to this creature from Hell, booze is certainly the best man's friend.
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    Gosh. My mother in law had the same one. It's...

    Gosh. My mother in law had the same one.
    It's almost impossible to get rid of those couches: not only they're everywhere - we were trying to take it apart and guess we would fail if there wasn't an...
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    Your symptoms match formaldehyde exposure, but...

    Your symptoms match formaldehyde exposure, but could be a number of other issues. It is not uncommon for some houses to be worse than others even if built at the same time by the same builder. There...
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