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Mine has ducts, 1 inch in diameter inside the brick walls. Split AC is perfect for retrofitting. I used to live in US in many places with central AC and all of them, without exception, inefficient, slow and prone to noisy operation. Not to mention the losses through giant corrugated pipes and ducts and all aesthetic intrusion. Plus those AC units that people put in their yards and on the roofs , why do they look so huge? My AC unit for 850sqf apartment looked like a giant...
That's life not everything can be as brilliantly functional as mini-skirt.
My 2 cents worth, Heat Exchange Pump is way way way more effeicient , smaller, quieter , does not require huge ugly ducts inside your rooms and can heat your place up as well as cool it. And boy do they cool fast, what took my central AC 45 minutes is accoplished in 10min. by the heat pump.
They are clinically insane. Here is a clear manifestation of it, the infamous price fork : http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/armchairs/norman-cherner-plycraft-bentwwood-pretzel-armchair/id-f_662478/ http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/armchairs/plywood-arm-chair-norman-cherner-usa/id-f_1200358/ Same chair 3 times more expensive than the first one.
Amazing , http://renaissanceparquet.com/french-oak/ "....In the year of our Lord 1291, in a time when talking about Terra Australis would have taken you straight away to the hearty bone fires of the inquisition, the then French king “Philippe le Bel” created the “Administration des Eaux et Forets” (Administration of Waters and Forests), an institution that survived every hardship of the French history until 1966..."
This is certainly one way to look at it...Did you vote for Obummer?
Sounds very Wild wild west. Do you have your six-shooter near by?P.S. I cannot compete with the above ,but I once swam in the Bellagio LV pool with a cigarette in my mouth.
I'd go with French Art Deco club chairs in leather. Else I'd pick up something Scandinavian on vintage market. P.S.I am averse to buying from stores copies of great antiques when antiques are still available and less expensive.
Hard liquor and cigar while in a hot bath reading a book? This is certainly a fantasy I don't follow. Makes me slightly lightheaded just to think of this.
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