Cold Air Return from Interior Wall
List of materials needed for the project:
Single Sheeting 14” x 6” Cold Air Frame Round 90*
6” Pipe Silicon
½” Screws, Sheeting Nails. 10” Drive
List of the tools needed for the project:
Cordless drill Replaseble-blades snips Red aviation snips
Green aviation snips Hand notcher Hammer
Screwdriver Tape measure 18” folder
Magic marker Caulk gun
In order to better organize an explanation of the execution of this project I would like to divide it into several steps:
Step #1 – Panning of the open stud space:
P. 1 P. 2
As you can see it in P. 1, the Builder was planning to make a drywall ceiling. That means that all the stud spaces above will be open. Therefore, your task is to make a duct from of one of the stud spaces. In order to do this you have to do following:
- Make a measurement from the top of the top plate to the bottom of the drop ceiling and add 1”.....
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