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Posted by Kerrie on October 7th, 1999 11:57 AM
In reply to A couple of more questions by TomR on October 7th, 1999 11:25 AM [Go to top of thread]

The floors on the addition are wood -- actually carpet over a plywood subloor. I think glue and screws were used on the plywood, so I cannot lift it up easily.
Electrical boxes are mounted in the floor, and the floor outlets have the brass crew-on covers.

The addition was built between the main house and a detached garage, connecting them together. The walls on the garage and main house are brick over masonry construction.

The foundation wall could be cinderblock with a brick facing -- I guess that's likely, but I don't know. Ductwork and wiring fills up the only connection between the main house and crawl space.

How do I cut holes in the foundation walls, assuming it's a good idea to provide vents for the crawl space?

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