Originally Posted by franklinswheat
How did you work the exhaust portion? Does it vent right to the outside? I would assume it does. If so did you cut a hole right through and run it out like a dryer vent? Also I assume your using natural gas?
The 4 inch is fresh air in and I used dryer vent with a 4 inch inline fan, moves 80 CFM and pull airs from the exterior (north side of house). The exhaust fan, once installed, will be a 6 inch vent but for that I will PVC as that is what the fan manufacturer recommends. That fan will move 140 CFM. Going to use a commercial grade fan so I can run it as much as I need/want to. But they are a bit pricey and my budget is tight, so far I worked on this for 8 months. Edit: The 4 inch goes out just above the sill plate but this is 22 feet long that is why the inline fan
No natural gas where I live so it has to be propane. Building my own burners, will post pics of those soon.
Edit: The Exhaust fan will vent to the exterior (west side of house) just like a dryer or a bathroom vent. In fact the fan I am looking at is a bathroom fan just commercial grade. It is about 10 feet to the exterior wall, will go up and out just above the sill plate because I do not want to cut a 6 inch hole in the 8 inch poured concrete walls in my basement.