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Just love reading this site Thanks Scott.
A quick question, has anybody used alum. flashing in a underfloor (basement joist bays) pex system. Putting the flashing above the pex pipe to evenly heat the floor. Would this help or hurt??  thanks Much
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Yes, I used flashing for my under floor radiant heat.  I attached the flashing right around the pex just like I did when I built my pex collector.

Thanks for your kind words on the site.  Hopefully this is only the beginning!

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It would be helpful if subscribers to this site used the same "names" as we know from the Yahoo Group - of course, we recognise Scott D from pictures on his own main site!

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It would be helpful if subscribers to this site used the same "names" as we know from the Yahoo Group - of course, we recognise Scott D from pictures on his own main site!

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Good suggestin Stu.  I changed mine to Scott Davis though.  Kim and I share an e-mail address (snk) but it didn't make much sense to use SNKDavis for this.

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The right side of the words are cut off, not seeing all the text.
Don't know if it's just me or are others having this problem?
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First, Thanks to Scott for providing another platform for us enthusiasts to gather information. I'm on the mailing list but I do tend to get lost pretty quick on there if I've not checked in for a day or two!

Chris J, text is fine here, I'm using Firefox.

G3OCR, it, nice to see another UK member present, I'm in Nottingham. Solar is useless on days like the last few   

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