> Ask a Question > Fix It Forum > No, But ...
Login | Register

No, But ...

Posted by Jay J on August 31st, 2000 03:13 PM
In reply to Laundry Chutes by Tom Randall on August 31st, 2000 02:32 PM [Go to top of thread]


Keep in mind small children crawling around or grabbing a chair to climb on (if you're end up with a chute that's 'above floor-level'.) Anyways, it should be childproof, and assume a child can get to the lid.

Avoid any turns. Sometimes, turns in the chute allow 'stuff' to get jammed up. (A clear view to the basement is best.)

This info is ALL over the WEB. Start with Down The Hatch, or read How To Design A Laundry Chute, or How To Build A Laundry Chute, or visit the The Spitzer Family to see what they did. OR, visit My Favorite WEB Search Engine, and enter in +"laundry chute" then press Search. You'll get the links I provided, plus many more. (YOu can sift through the 'Subject Lines' to see if they apply to building/buying a laundry chute.) Be sure to use the '+' and " symbols.

Other than that, you're on your own! My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J

PS: After this afternoon, I won't be back until Tuesday morning but others will be 'around' ...

Was this post helpful? Yes: or No:

Topic History:

About  | FAQ  | Contact  | Sitemap  | Privacy Policy  | Terms of Use  | Help

© 2016 Renovate Your World LLC