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  1. A two-year course? It takes eight years' minimum to become a PE. A four-year engineering degree from an accredited university, think big bucks, and four years of experience under the direct supervision of a PE. You also need references from three other PE's as well as a reference from your managing PE. You are then qualified to undertake 16 hours of examination. I respect what you do and I always consider the challenges that a tradesman encounters everyday. I seek the tradesman's advice when possible before issuing letters or designs. Professional Engineers are bound by law "to protect
  2. What is the exterior siding and age of the home?
  3. I agree with Marc. The flame in the space heater does not look right. I would expect to see the flame covering the entire bottom of the heater. Check the installation directions and the trouble shooting section.
  4. If you want crawlspaces visit Atlanta. We have hundreds of thousands in the metro area. There are many 1900's era homes with pier and beam foundations, bricked up at the exterior piers in the 50's where a GoPro on your head will not fit. Maybe it could be strapped to your chin?
  5. Moisture movement from the interior to the exterior. Any water related issues in the home?
  6. Please do not try to repair any cracked tiles. It is very clear that you do not have the skills to replace tiles.
  7. 500 years old? I find that hard to believe.
  8. My Sure Test analyzer will detect false grounds but my pocket tester will not. The Sure Test will also indicate a false ground if the receptacle within 15-20 feet of the panel.
  9. It may be a combination termites and beetles as well as ants at the bottom of the pier. What is the age of the home and was the infestation found in a basement or crawl space?
  10. My bible for this stuff is "Modern Hydronic Heating" by Siegenthaler. When you have two closely spaced tees on the primary loop there is very little pressure difference between them. And that's what you want. If the tees are far apart then there's a pressure difference, and that pressure difference will induce flow between the points through the secondary loop. To minimize turbulence in the flow you want at least 8 pipe diameters of straight pipe in the primary loop before the first tee, and at least 4 pipe diameters of straight pipe after the second tee. In Kurt's picture it lo
  11. The reason is because you do not pay a fee to be a member of this forum. I would be happy to develop an app for you. The retainer to start work is $4,000. I will accept cash, check or credit card. How would you like to establish your account today?
  12. Perhaps try again in English this time. Try it again with a with a paragraph or two. Your post is, to be kind, difficult to read.
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