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|03-05-2010, 12:32 AM||#1|
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Ducting problem for an HRV
Ok guys, Here's the problem.
I am retrofitting an old house with an HRV and cannot decide the best way to run the stale-air-ehaust.
Here's what I'm planning to do:
HRV located in basement of bungalow, run one 12"x3" wall stack up to the attic, and then, using a 12x3 to 6"round stack boot, spider 6" insulated ducting to the bathroom, kitchen, living room, and main bedroom using ceiling diffusers.
I also want to run a few diffusers to the basment.
I will be running the fresh air return through the existing furnace ducts.
Does this sound acceptable?
Will I achieve an adequate draw to the HRV using this method?
Please help me out with any suggestions or advice,
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