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Besides having chosen possibly the most hostile environment to run a laptop, you have an advantage in using a laptop...it probably has a wall wart transformer and some lower voltage lead that actually goes to the laptop. Since this is low voltage wiring it is much easier to run and not (usually) restricted by code. So, the right thing to do, if you insist ...


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That depends on a couple of things the first being is it real wood or laminate? The second is are the closets in the same room as your plan on doing the new flooring? If the closets are to be in the same room I assume they will most likely have the same flooring. If this is true it would be easiest to get the floor in first and then proceed to do the closet(...


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Wire shelving is very flexible. For that reason, and regardless of your intended loading, I'd go every 16 inches with support. As has been said, you don't need hang track. I consider that useful for those who like to reconfigure shelving arrangements on occasion, such as in a walk-in bedroom closet. Otherwise they're cumbersome and wasteful. I like to ...



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