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Jan
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accepted How can I redirect the discharge of my forced air vent?
Jan
17
comment How can I redirect the discharge of my forced air vent?
As I mentioned in my question, most of the ones I've found are cheaply made. After initially "installing" one of these I accidentally bumped it and it shattered. I found a better one later and it's working well so far. I asked the question hoping to learn if there are alternatives.
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
accepted What is a good finish for a plywood benchtop?
Dec
10
comment What is a good finish for a plywood benchtop?
I called Minwax and they recommend fast-drying polyurethane.
Dec
10
asked What is a good finish for a plywood benchtop?
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22
comment How can I redirect the discharge of my forced air vent?
It doesn't blow the flames out. But it also cools food sitting on the counter.
Nov
15
comment How can I redirect the discharge of my forced air vent?
Ceiling. I don't have time at the moment to take a photo, but I've added one to my question that looks exactly the same.
Nov
15
revised How can I redirect the discharge of my forced air vent?
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14
asked How can I redirect the discharge of my forced air vent?
Oct
10
accepted How to run an interior gas (LP) line
Oct
10
comment How to run an interior gas (LP) line
I'm marking bib's as the answer since it comes the closest to actually addressing my question. I can't help but think there's a lot of FUD about propane out there. These propane facts from the PERC make it seem pretty safe.
Oct
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comment How to run an interior gas (LP) line
I am most likely going to do that. But one of my reasons for asking is to be better informed to discuss this with and ultimately choose a pro.
Oct
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comment How to run an interior gas (LP) line
The reason I ask is a local plumber who is a licensed LP installer gave me a quote and he intends to use 3/4" CSST throughout (except possibly for the straight run in the attic). He said it's coated black and much higher quality than the yellow stuff you find at Lowe's.