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Old 06-26-2012, 08:28 PM   #21
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Extend the Master Bedroom System .





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Old 06-26-2012, 09:17 PM   #22
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Tile over radiant electric cables or panels in the ceiling. Check out Mor Electric Heat/Heatersplus.com. Lots of different kinds.
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424.38 (B) doesn't allow heating cables in closets except for low-temp. sources (humidity control) and then only where the floor to ceiling is unobstructed.

IMO that intent rules out most heating methods.
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A ceiling fan and 1000W of incandescent lighting?
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Radiant heat panels?

Thanks Scott. Leaning that way. Info PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

They aren't cheap people but the 'builder' is.

I am WAY concerned about liability with a base board.
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Old 06-27-2012, 02:26 AM   #26
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Translation. The lowball hack builder got exactly what he paid for and is looking for a way to fix his screwup.

NOPE: Customer made the change/ addition.
State and FEDS and all their ******ED REGULATIONS , That have incidentally added at lest 20% to the cost of a home- not to mention the ******ED (moronic additions to the)ELECTRICAL code (add 5-15% to a home), Plumbing (another 3-5%), BUILDING code (another 10- 20%) and all the other ASININE 'FEEL GOOD' codes !!!!!!!

Heck- the price of a single family home just went up 30-40%

NO WONDER THE ECONOMY BITES [email protected]!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The damn Energy code alone is making our homes unhealthy!!!!
With all the 'tightness' there is no circulation for the 'bad air' to go.

But I digress:
The home was engineered and designed and signed off by the public HACKS (whom probably have less training and knowledge than I in this field) That a change now would be cost prohibitive.

OOPS- Did I type 'Hacks'? What I meant to type was 'HACKS' !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HACKS = Not employable - related to public official.
Qualifier: Not all, but most.

Bottom line - Lighten up. We made it this far as a society. We will continue.

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