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Mitsubishi Electric Becomes First HVAC Manufacturer in U.S. to Employ Honeywell’s RedLINK™ Wireless Technology
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating Solutions , an industry leader in split-zoning and variable refrigerant flow cooling and heating technology in the U.S., today announced that it will incorporate Honeywell’s RedLINK™ wireless HVAC protocol into Mitsubishi Electric’s line of split-ductless and ducted heat pumps.
Any Carpenters,help me please!!!?

Hi, Im hoping that someone can help. I live in Australia and we currently are experiencing drought conditions. About 9 months ago our 30 yr old house started creaking (floors) excessively. I originally thought that maybe because the ground was clay that it had something to do with it. Lately we have been going underneath the house to put in shims between the joists and the floor and discovered that some of the hoses on our ducted heating system were not connected and so therefor hot air was blowing directly under the house.(we bought this place a year ago) The hoses have now been reconnected but would I be right in assuming that the hot air may have shrunk the wood underneath the house. Now that the hoses are reconnected will the moisture be returned into the wood, or do we have to have the huge task now of having to fix most of the floorboards since nearly every step we take..creaks…
sorry for such a long winded story…

in extreme drought conditions the very dry air can shrink wood causing these types of trouble,a humidifier might be your answer,when moisture returns it should straighten out,however,anything you’ve shimmed may hoove

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