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Click to view contentIf you have a nice individual home, then odds are you’d like to enjoy the outdoor space as well. Constructing a patio without any doubt is one of the most common ways of using the open space effectively. However, if you live in a cooler area, you may be wondering, “how many patio heaters do I need?” This article will provide answers, as well as… (Show more)
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sourabhchowdhuri
Hi,   we need to have a temporary fire protection in underground parking arena (08 nos. of basement) for a time travel of 15 days, as the building (shopping mall) is under construction.   Current condition of building (parking area) are as follows.   1. Exit staircases are not constructed (Ramps are accessible). 2. Sprinkler system is under… (Show more)
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Click to view contentDo you know what to look for during regular maintenance on your furnace? This is one of the biggest investments in your home, and you don’t want to replace it before it’s worn out. Most importantly, modern furnaces have modifications that will require you to fully understand them in case you want to ensure their efficiency. Below is a gas furnace… (Show more)
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Click to view contentHaving an odor come out of your HVAC system is a red flag. Sometimes, the bad odor will go away, especially if you haven't used that system in a long time. Although in most cases, a burnt plastic odor, or a musty smell could mean there's a bigger problem that needs to be investigated. So, your HVAC smells like burning plastic? Continue reading on… (Show more)
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If you have a heating system in your home, you probably are using one equipped with one of the most common furnaces around; gas or electricity. Modern furnaces have come a long way from the early versions that used wood and coal. It is therefore expected that most people will always ask, "How does a furnace work in a house?"   How Does a Furnace… (Show more)
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Click to view contentIf you are wondering if wildfire safety projects are worth the effort, check out the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network’snew blog, “Does Wildfire Mitigation Work? 16 Examples and Counting.” The article explores success stories shared from seven western states including Oregon, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, and California. The… (Show more)
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cfsjenkinssteven86
NFPA 13 2010 Edition states that modifications affecting more than 20 heads must be hydrostatically tested unless the system cannot be isolated.  To what extent is "isolated" considered.  If I have a multi floor office building that is getting a renovation to a large portion of a single floor space, is isolating the floor itself sufficient to… (Show more)