New way to do in floor radiant heat

The owner wondered why flaps did not open when his dryer was running. Even though there is an exterior vent - this dryer was vented directly into the floor cavity.

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Comment by Michael Stuart on December 16, 2010 at 10:02pm

Looks like this could be a new fad in "in-floor heating" too!  ;-)

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