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18 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

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47 minutes ago, Rip Snorter said:

If I recall, things didn't work out well for that movie character.

 

Yeah, Mel scared him so bad his hair turned white.

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13 minutes ago, Buckshot Bob said:

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That is worse than mine. On one trip into the attic (prior house), I had an opportunity to swing by the exhaust fan that never ran... No electricity hooked up to it! No leaks, proper hole, proper flashing, just no power.

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6 minutes ago, John Kloehr said:

That is worse than mine. On one trip into the attic (prior house), I had an opportunity to swing by the exhaust fan that never ran... No electricity hooked up to it! No leaks, proper hole, proper flashing, just no power.

 

Doesn't look like the one in the picture had power run to it either. 

 

I've seen the no power to the fan but never the no hole for the fan.

 

One thing that I used to warn homeowners about, if I noticed it while in their attic, was when ducted range hoods had open ducts just extended to above the drywall ceiling and had no ducting to the roof. Big time fire hazard. More than one house caught on fire due to that.

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12 minutes ago, Cypress Sun said:

 

... ducted range hoods had open ducts just extended to above the drywall ceiling and had no ducting to the roof. Big time fire hazard. More than one house caught on fire due to that.

That is very bad! Common here in Tennessee is bathroom fans vented into the attic.

 

So cold moist air is getting blown into hot humid air... Condensing humidity in the attic. Insulation, sheathing, joists... The alternative is running out the roof or into an eave, either way getting wasps in the bathroom.

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