A water world you don't want - Sentinel & Enterprise
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#1 Jan 25, 2011
Kevin Farwell, manager of Fitchburg Plumbing & Heating Supplies, says it's also a good idea to leave basement doors open to allow heat to go down and keep the pipes warm.
- Probably won't do much good. Heat rises.
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#2 Jan 25, 2011
I thought the same thing!
#3 Jan 27, 2011
He added: "Any time you have to call our phone, it's not cheap."
no lie there
#4 Jan 27, 2011
What he is trying to say is to have some warm air descend back down to the basement. It will be above the freezing temperature to keep the pipes warm. Everyone knows as hot air rises it will cool down and then descend. It will not be as warm as the main floors but will help. That is why it is cold and there is snow on the tops of the mountains but much warmer at the base of a mountain. Keep a basement door open, cold air does not rise but the hot air will descend once it cools to a warm temperature.
Since: Oct 07
#5 Jan 27, 2011
Love my wood stove. Even if the power goes out it's never below 60 in my house.
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