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  1. superduke

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    so far so good,
     

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    Nice install,

    Is that a basement. Cement floor? How do you get the heat upstairs?

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    Yes the install is in the basement on a cement floor,painted grey). I am still trying to figure out a good solution to
    getting warm air upstairs. I tried taking off some access covers on the furnaces cold air intake but found that with the blower
    on the force of air is too much and it coold down. At this point I leave the basement door opened, get small amount of warm air
    but not enough in my opinion. The big thing is that the main floor floors are now warmer. The lp furnace comes on only once in a while
    unless someone turns it up. If is gets too cold, I have a regency insert in the fireplace, I just light it but after a while it gets way too hot in
    entire house, at two in the morning we are opening doors and windows too cool it off
     
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