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base·ment

(bās'ment),
1. Synonym(s): base (1)
2. A cavity or space partly or completely separated from a larger space above it.
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base·ment

(bās'mĕnt)
1. Synonym(s): base (1) .
2. A cavity or space partly or completely separated from a larger space above it.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Seven of the violations actually had to do with asbestos, while the eighth was for an uncovered, live electrical panel box located in the crawlspace.
The results from modeling an increase in the insulation in the ceiling (between the living space and the attic), and in the crawlspace are shown in Table 1.
Joe's crawlspace discussion has one other little flaw.
FOUNDATION: Crawlspace, Unfinished Walkout Basement
The first step in dealing with crawlspace moisture issues is to eliminate all sources of moisture introduction into this space.
In December 2003, two contractors had onset of hoarseness and rapid heart rate while at the crawlspace entrance.
Future plans for this web resource include educational and user awareness guides that focus on crawlspace encapsulation for residences and businesses in the Marietta area.
Officer Daniel Hemingway said he saw the tip of work boots and jeans in a crawlspace entrance, and found Mr.
When the attic is vented and the ventilation air enters the crawlspace it "sees" the two coldest surfaces in the space--the underside of the roof deck and the top of the insulation (Figure 5, Page 59).
Police said they found Reed hiding in the attic crawlspace, and he surrendered after speaking with crisis negotiators.
The factory installation of crawlspace air-source heat pumps in energy-efficient manufactured housing may help overcome some of the commissioning and first-cost challenges associated with site-installed heat pumps.