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"That does not look like a spider on the concrete support.  It looks like a rodent!!!"

John Nicholas replied Mar 25, 2013 to Spillage used as pest control to keep spiders away.

2 Mar 26, 2013
Reply by Andy Simms

"Yes!  He sealed the connected connection with Furnace Tape and not 'Duct Tape'!  Ver…"

John Nicholas replied Mar 25, 2013 to Add a Supply

3 Mar 25, 2013
Reply by John Nicholas

"You didn't even need a level to show the negative slope on those.  Wow!  Scary Indee…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 21, 2013 to horizontal venting

7 Jan 30, 2013
Reply by Bob Daley

"Home owner response -  Guess he got in before I sealed the hole up."

John Nicholas replied Jun 18, 2011 to Found a Critter

2 Dec 1, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"More Issues - Same Home."

John Nicholas replied Mar 5, 2011 to Recent Audit

1 Mar 5, 2011
Reply by John Nicholas

"By summer, the ac will be thawed and another service call can fix the problem and ho…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 19, 2011 to Icicles

21 Mar 14, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"I believe that technically the blower fuse was blown. That did not allow the furnace…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 19, 2011 to Icicles

21 Mar 14, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"How was the gas stove for CO?  What about the hood?  Vented to the attic or outside?…"

John Nicholas replied Jan 17, 2011 to Fire doesn't need air, does it? ;)

4 Jan 17, 2011
Reply by Joel Greenberg

"The attic side image is not really the best. You can see bare drywall on the vault w…"

John Nicholas replied Nov 24, 2010 to Big Time Missing Insulation

6 Nov 25, 2010
Reply by Jim Klebes

"When the HO looked at the image on the camera, he asked if additional insulation wou…"

John Nicholas replied Nov 16, 2010 to Big Time Missing Insulation

6 Nov 25, 2010
Reply by Jim Klebes

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Return Possum

Started by Stefan Peter-Contesse. Last reply by Alice La Pierre Oct 26, 2015. 1 Reply

Easy Water Heater Venting

Started by Kari Sauder. Last reply by Matthew Lutz Oct 23, 2014. 22 Replies

Thank-less water heater

Started by Andy Simms. Last reply by Dennis Heidner Jun 13, 2013. 12 Replies

Easiest way to convert 2"x10" into 2"x5"!

Started by Greg Labbe. Last reply by Bill Smith May 2, 2013. 4 Replies

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