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                           How to Extend Duct to Floor

1. List of materials needed for the project:


Take-off                10”x6” Bathbox        Oval Stack                Oval 90*



             20” Drive

             10” Drive

             ½” Screws

Round 90*                             Sheeting Nails

2. List of the tools needed for the project:


Cordless Drill         Tape Measure        Crimpier                     Hammer 
                   Red aviation snips              Replaceable-blades snips        Flat screwdriver                                

7” Template
Magic Marker

While finishing their basements off some homeowners want to bring a heat all the way to the floor. So here in this chapter, I would like to explain how to do that. I will show you how to run a heat to the wall, which separates the main area from a mechanical/storage room.

In order to better organize an explanation of the execution of this project I would like to divide it into several steps:

Step #1 – Find a spot and install a 10”x 6” Bathbox       

A spot (a stud space) for a Bathbox should be free from wires and plumbing pipes and in reach from the supply duct as you can see it in P. 2.
If you do not install some kind of fancy base molding the distance from the floor to the bottom of the Bathbox should be 8”......

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This page gives a description on the installation of the heat duct in the wall, which separates the mechanical room from the rest of the finished basement. On this page you can see pictures of all necessary tools and materials and pictures of the system elements installed. There are 16 pictures on this page. All installation is divided into four steps which represent the entire project in the making.

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                                                 Heat Duct Extention

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