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marko23
marko23
31 May 2005

Central heating intake clearance: HELP!

Central heating intake clearance: HELP!

G'day Stuart, Sorry been away. If you have 100mm height clearance all around the tallboy that would be ok. (At least around 3 sides as I imagine the tallboy will be up…

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marko23
May 31, 2005 3:47 pm
Mustang
Mustang
7 July 2005

Insulation in Melbourne

Insulation in Melbourne

Thanks Janelle but I have recently agreed to insulation levels to be installed by my builder.

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Mustang
Jul 07, 2005 8:15 pm
johnny aywah
johnny aywah
6 January 2006

Home Heating Hints

Home Heating Hints

assuming those plastic vertical blinds are right out?

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johnny aywah
Jan 06, 2006 12:28 pm
vico
vico
25 January 2006

Roofing

Roofing

Cross ventilation is the best. We have good results with from sun heated glass started ventilation. it works without wind as well.

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vico
Jan 25, 2006 10:42 pm
coldbuster
coldbuster
13 July 2006

Cold Basement!

Cold Basement!

Hey homeone... have you been able to find a heating solution for your basement? Have you considered floor heating? We retail a range of floor heating products which…

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coldbuster
Jul 13, 2006 10:51 pm
builda
builda
29 July 2006

Attic smell from A/C - I'm at wit's end!

Attic smell from A/C - I'm at wit's end!

Attic? I haven't seen one house in Melbourne with an attic, but I've lived in houses in the US that have attics AND basements. R6…

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builda
Jul 29, 2006 11:53 am
builda
chelseaoz
chelseaoz
14 August 2006

ducted heating

ducted heating

Anyone but Braemar, I had a very…

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chelseaoz
Aug 14, 2006 10:24 pm
miagi
miagi
27 December 2006

Split systems - how they work - is this info right?

Split systems - how they work - is this info right?

Think about it people, the method is this, the fan in the indoor unit circulates the current room air temp at whatever it happens to be through the refrigerated…

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miagi
Dec 27, 2006 8:09 pm
fmmonte
fmmonte
1 January 2007

Vertex Water Heater Experience

Vertex Water Heater Experience

I need to replace my convetional 75gal gas water heater and looking into Vertex power-vent model by AOSmith. This is a 50gal unit and they claim performes equivalent to…

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fmmonte
Jan 01, 2007 6:12 am
romellj
romellj
6 January 2007

Evaporative cooling points in all rooms ?

Evaporative cooling points in all rooms ?

Hi Keam, Who are you building with, if you don't mind..

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romellj
Jan 06, 2007 7:52 pm
snappy
snappy
9 January 2007

Solar Water Heating Systems

Solar Water Heating Systems

Thanks Bud and Joe I will still look into things a bit further as it is something I quite like the idea of but I will ask about the life of the unit. Sasha :)

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snappy
Jan 09, 2007 9:01 pm
snappy
3timesbuilda
3timesbuilda
16 January 2007

Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

I came across this web site that lists the efficiency of various commercial appliances. Take a look: http://www.energyrating.gov.au/appsearch/default.asp 3xb

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3timesbuilda
Jan 16, 2007 3:47 pm
3timesbuilda
Amber
Amber
17 January 2007

Feasibility: Installing Cooling-heating system post build

Feasibility: Installing Cooling-heating system post build

Hi - we are having air-con put in the house after taking possession. The only thing we are getting the builder to put in is a water connection in the roof. …

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Amber
Jan 17, 2007 1:34 pm
Amber
markDHC
markDHC
21 February 2007

Pretty green and need help on ducting insulation

Pretty green and need help on ducting insulation

This is a common on older ducts. The outer sleeve deteriorates and leaves the insulation exposed. In reality the outer sleeve is there to hold the insulation in place. But…

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markDHC
Feb 21, 2007 7:06 am
markDHC
markDHC
markDHC
21 February 2007

Heating ducts, roof or floor does it really matter?

Heating ducts, roof or floor does it really matter?

Nowadays it doesn't really make too much difference. The ceiling vents used today help to move the air where it needs to go, units are built with much more air than the…

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markDHC
Feb 21, 2007 7:13 am
markDHC
markDHC
markDHC
22 February 2007

What to choose - Evaporative or Refrigerated?

What to choose - Evaporative or Refrigerated?

Yes it will work amazingly well. Close all the windows upstairs, turn the cooler up to full fan speed and open some windows downstairs - that 2 - 3 thousand liters of air…

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markDHC
Feb 22, 2007 8:18 am
markDHC
markDHC
markDHC
22 February 2007

Lennox Split System Air Conditioners

Lennox Split System Air Conditioners

The Bonaire units are middle of the range. Well priced and reliable units. In my opinion they are a good buy, with good performance and Bonaire's backup service is pretty good.

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markDHC
Feb 22, 2007 8:20 am
markDHC


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