Question about Williams Heating & Cooling
I have a Williams wall furnace in my living room, but the heat doesn't get around the corner very well to warm the adjacent bedroom. The bedroom wall gets quite warm from the radiator in the furnace, and there doesn't seem to be any special insulation or protection for the drywall behind the furnace. Can I safely cut a vent in the bedroom wall near the ceiling to move some warm air in there?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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