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Check all ductwork for any rips, loose connections and gaps, and repair to seal it tight.
Subsequent presidents, particularly James Polk, installed additional furnaces and plaster ductwork to heat most of the White House’s rooms.
The restaurant, in the Broadview Apartments building, has the ubiquitous industrial look of the day with ceiling ductwork, concrete floors and bare tables.
There is no labor involved to run ductwork throughout a home.
And retrofitting an apartment built without ductwork could be prohibitively expensive.
Brick walls, steel-case windows and exposed ductwork are among details of the loft-style space.
In its life, there had been only two previous owners, and everything needed updating, from wiring to ductwork and insulation.
Sometimes they are blown in through the ductwork, other times stand-alone machines do the job.
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: a system of ducts
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