"Being a Flip you must consider the install cost. At least get a bid for a PTAC unit like the ones found in most hotel rooms.
With either choice I would put it on the long wall so it is closer to the center of the room.
If the unit is mostly for…"
"This is one of thouse topic where you ask 10 people and get 12 different opinions. I will give you 5. :)
There is no clearly right answer. Some if this depends on who you are where your house is and what type of house it is.
In my opinion if you…"
"Last year we build a new home the HVAC seemed to work perfectly after a full season of both heating and cooling I happened to notice the contractor had forgotten to pan one end of a floor joist bay being used an the main return duct. I tested the…"
"Do not be fooled it is very common problem for cast iron wood working equipment to sweat and rust if keep in a unheated garages when the weather changes quickly from cold to warm and damp.
Now wet drywall is very strange. To me drywall does…"
" “From an efficiency standpoint electricity is a clear winner.” Baloney not when you count the losses at the power plants most plants are 45% efficient and you lose another 7% in distribution and transmion. The very best solar…"
"Let’s be honest Electric is not an energy source!
There are no electric mines, wells or fields. What electric is a convenient way to move other forms of energy and use it in our homes. Electric maybe very efficient from the meter on the side…"
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