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revised How should I insulate an interior wall between a warm humid bathroom and a cold bedroom?
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revised What is a normal drip rate for a condensing tankless hot water heater?
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Dec
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comment What is a normal drip rate for a condensing tankless hot water heater?
Longer test: ~0.5 gallon/day. Seems reasonable.
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revised What is a normal drip rate for a condensing tankless hot water heater?
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Nov
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comment What is a normal drip rate for a condensing tankless hot water heater?
Hi @personal. I live in central PA. It is 80% humidity all summer outside, and I can keep it at 60% inside by running dehumidifiers. My little humidistat says the past 24 hours have been 46-56%, which is just what it is in the house. Always. Nothing new here. On demand hot water heater installed by pro about 3 weeks ago. Intake is inside. Exhaust run is 4" PVC and about 10 feet with no curves. I'll check with HVAC pro.
Nov
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comment What is a normal drip rate for a condensing tankless hot water heater?
New system so I don't have a baseline. House (intake) moisture is ~50 +-10 %.
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asked What is a normal drip rate for a condensing tankless hot water heater?
Nov
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comment Heating System Replacement
One floor? Two? If just one, and you have access to the basement, you could do radiant under the floor.
Nov
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comment Can I share “C” wire on two thermostats?
According to graphics in the link I gave above, the loop only closes when W is triggered. It seems like if C and R were each wired to two systems, the circuits would still be incomplete until W triggered, and then only the circuit with the W would be active...
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accepted Can I share “C” wire on two thermostats?
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comment Can I share “C” wire on two thermostats?
Is there any reason I shouldn't also share the R wires? Based on diy.stackexchange.com/questions/10482/… I think so, but I wouldn't want one system to start interacting with the other. Just share power.
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revised Can I share “C” wire on two thermostats?
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Sep
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comment Small caulk holes around new windows
Replacement, although the whole wall was rebuilt. Caulk is visible at the wood siding level. I'm not sure what went inside, but there was flashing strips and flashing tape.
Sep
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comment Small caulk holes around new windows
Locations: Random places along the edges.
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asked Small caulk holes around new windows