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    OconomowocPosted new reply in Plumbing5/21/2013, 8:21 PM

    Hi guys, I'm hoping someone here is familiar with Utah licensing standards. I've looked all over the state website and licensing acts, and cannot find an answer. What are the r...

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    CachePosted new reply in HVAC1/25/2013, 2:36 PM

    Those hoses should run to a trap. its probably dirty and needs cleaned out. Is this the trap you refer to? Circled in red. Usually there is a trap in the PVC drain line, but t...

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    CachePosted new reply in HVAC1/24/2013, 4:22 PM

    Alright, I nailed down the issue and implemented a temporary fix. After Beenthere mentioned drain lines I noticed that whenever it would almost fire up there was a gargling so...

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    CachePosted new reply in HVAC1/23/2013, 2:10 PM

    Check amp draw of inducer. Also check air filter. Clean drain lines. Thanks for the suggestions. Already replaced filter. Going to check drain lines today.

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    CachePosted new reply in HVAC1/23/2013, 12:33 AM

    Forgot to mention, the unit is 3 years old. Also, if I turn the temp stat fan setting to "on" instead of "auto" nothing happens. But I can hear a constant hum coming from the f...

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    beentherePosted new reply in HVAC1/25/2013, 7:48 PM

    yes, and it may be dirty and slowing the water from draining properly.

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring5/19/2011, 2:21 PM

    thanks guys. Turns out Mapei's wearable concrete topper is called Ultratop. It is readily available here, so that is prob what I'll be using. And I'll be using the Novoplan f...

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring5/17/2011, 6:58 PM

    I'd call Ardex or others. That's not something that is typically done. Yeah, i'd better give them a call. I've seen a few videos on concrete network detailing such an applicati...

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring5/17/2011, 5:40 PM

    any ideas for an appropriate wear surface that will accomplish the same goal of resurfacing?

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring5/17/2011, 3:48 PM

    Yeah, it's been cured for long enough. Good to here about both being a good product. Any ideas about using them as a final wear surface with stain and sealer?

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring5/19/2011, 2:21 PM

    thanks guys. Turns out Mapei's wearable concrete topper is called Ultratop. It is readily available here, so that is prob what I'll be using. And I'll be using the Novoplan f...

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    CachePosted new reply in Masonry5/2/2011, 10:22 AM

    I realize this is an old thread. Just a quick question. Anyone ever tried this product? Just looking for a good brick sealer for about 3,000 sf of exterior red brick.

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring Picture Post4/13/2011, 3:40 PM

    BTW, I've used the LASH system. Complete waste of $$. Used it on a 1200sf 18x18 marble job. Got two days into it really trying to give it a chance, but in the end the section...

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring Picture Post4/13/2011, 3:37 PM

    WOW!!! CJKarl, Is it just me or is the grain matched on the stairs? Looks as if one large stone slab was sliced into pieces, then installed.

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring4/10/2011, 9:48 PM

    Thanks, yeah I realized that I accidentally started the thread twice. What you are suggesting is exactly what I'll do I think. Level Floor Bostiks Best Glue down

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring4/9/2011, 9:54 PM

    It's actual concrete. It was a grout mix. I inspected it a bit closer today and it isn't actually as bad as I thought it was. Most cracks are very minor, at maybe 1/32". The...

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring4/8/2011, 10:41 PM

    That is a valid point. I guess my concern is just that I'm looking at the floor and seeing the cracks in the concrete. A couple have opened up about 1/4" because the pour was ...

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring4/8/2011, 12:16 PM

    Manufacturer states that use over radiant is ok. Also say that nail down is not preferred but that either glue down or floating will work.

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    CachePosted new reply in Flooring4/8/2011, 11:57 AM

    Building up the sub is not an option. HO already purchased the wood, so Maple is what they get. My understanding is that in a quality engineered, the maple doesn't move that ...

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    astorPosted new reply in Flooring4/8/2011, 9:23 AM

    I would use(trowel) a good quality adhesive such as Bostik's Best and nail on sleepers. That will be enough. You can use blue tape on new floor to mark the sleepers direction if...

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