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Saturday, November 06, 2010

5 October 2010 journal page

Pull back the transparency (Hambly) for:
I have a question that I desperately need to know the answer to:
Do any of you live in an apartment that has central air/heat? If so, is the unit actually IN your apartment? Meaning, is there a huge machine in your living room, bedroom, whatever? Is it visible? If so, how much of it is visible? Thanks!

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October Art Journal: Change
Paper Village
How to...Do Things (cooking/baking related)
Remember this.
New York, New York!!
Life, Paint and Passion is right!
Seth needs YOUR help!


Anonymous said...

Kelly, I did live in an apartment with central heat and air, and there was a unit inside. The inside unit was in the closet, out of sight. It was big and rectangle in shape. There was a thermostat on the wall for regulating the temp. I had trouble with it one time; the hose that disposed of the water clogged up (I live in the Deep South and we grow mold) and it backed up with water and leaked. They repaired it (ran bleach down the drain to kill the mold) and replaced the carpet that got wet. Other than that, it never gave any trouble. I hope that helps u.

donna!ee said...

i wouldn't think it is permissible to have a central air/heat unit inside, in an enclosed anything, due to the emissions... ?? ;)

Michelle said...

Hi Kelly!
I live in an apartment in (extreme) Northern Cali & have central gas heat (although the fan runs on electric). The heater is upstairs in my living room (flipped floor plan) and is concealed behind a door in an extra thick wall between the living room and a small hallway that leads to the half bath. Hope your apartment issues settle down...I DEFINITELY can relate!
PS...long time reader here...thank you for sharing your awesome journals!

maxine said...

Kelly, I can't imagine it would be legal to code for it to be inside. Even if a unit is zero emissions there would still be a chance for malfunction. Call the city housiing authority to be sure.

Good luck!

jane eileen said...

Jeane's mom said...
Where would one obtain her own "Do not crush." journal fodder. I need one of those. Do tell. As always, thanks for the inspiration.

Goog said...

We have central air and everyone's unit is outside on their porch.

Seth said...

Thanks for helping to get the word out about my open call for artists Kelly!