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Old 2018-05-05, 05:33 PM
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Default Shortening intake / exhaust vents

My furnace & hot water tank intake / exhaust vents are not in a convenient spot. Can I shorten them or have them moved? Shortening I might be able to do on my own, but what kind of contractor would I need to move them?

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