Would adding a clothes washer to a second floor condominium unit impact the plumbing of the condo unit directly beneath the second floor unit?
it depends on how your lines run. usually it woulden't effect anything but if your sewer line is to close to some of the fixtures in the upper floor the suds from the washer could back up into the other fixtures.
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Why would a toilet run a little on the first floor when the toilet on the second floor directly above is flushed?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nThe water in the lower toilet is probably being siphoned out of the tank by the negative pressure caused by flushing the upper toilet. This CAN happen if the water level in the tank of the lower toilet is over the top of the ballcock. If this is the case, the tank wate…r is being siphoned into your drinking water! Replace the ballcock with a Fluidmaster right away. If you have a small white fill valve that sits in the bottom of the tank, get rid of it. These are illegal and WILL siphon under these conditions.\n. \n Answer \n. \nIf the lower toilet runs AFTER the fill cycle of the upper toilet, it may be that the ballcock seals at a lower pressure, and the pressure spike when the upper toilet shuts off causes it to run a bit until the added water closes the valve a little tighter. (MORE)
If you live in a second floor condo and there is a water leak that causes damage who is responsible?
If you live in a second floor condo and you rent the condo, theleak that causes damage is the responsibility of the owner of thebuilding. If you own the condo, the leak is the responsibility ofthe owner of the condo with the leak.
Read your governing documents to determine the extent to which you can modify your windows. If you want to install a different kind of window unit in an existing window 'hole in the wall', board approval may be required. If your question has to do with an air conditioning unit, again, you may nee…d board approval to install such a unit. (MORE)
By window units, one can assume that you mean air conditioners. Read your governing documents to determine how the community's guidelines address air conditioners. Then, you can work with your board to adjust the comfort level of your unit during extreme weather conditions.
There is no one single second highest court in the United States. In the Federal judiciary there are thirteen United States Courts of Appeal, which hear appeals from the trial courts and whose decisions are reviewable by the U.S. Supreme Court. Each state's judicial system also has a highest cour…t, typically known as a state supreme court, except in New York and Maryland where the highest state court is known as the Court of Appeals. The state's highest court is the final authority for the interpretation of state law, but as Federal constitutional questions may be raised in a state case, the decisions of the highest court in each state may be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court by a process known as certiorari . Notably, certiorari is granted in only a small fraction of cases, which means that the Supreme Court does not even consider most cases that are appealed to it. Therefore, for practical purposes, the highest courts (or "second highest courts," as the case may be) are your state's highest court, and the U.S. Court of Appeals that serves your state. (MORE)
I assume 1/100 because 1/1100 I have never heard of. 1/100 would be a centisecond.
You can find the answer you want in your governing documents, and in your state's condominium law. The state can define the border between a unit owner's property and property owned by all owners, in common. The governing documents may amend, alter or change these default definitions. In addition… to owning at least the space where you live -- however your ownership boundaries are described -- you own, with all the other owners, the common areas and limited common areas in the community. Depending on your governing documents, you will pay property taxes on some portion of the condominium property you own, up to 100%. (MORE)
You can find the answer to your question in your governing documents where the ownership parameters are defined. Look for definitions of ownership, including: . Unit . Limited Common Areas . Common Areas Every condominium community and its governing documents is different from every other cond…ominium community and its governing documents. (MORE)
square footage is normally used. Take the dimensions of your room and multiply them together.
Seconds are units so the question cannot be sensibly answered.. Seconds are both units of time (one sixtieth of a minute) and units of angle (one sixtieth of minute). Seconds of time would be measured using an accurate clock like a stopwatch.
hate to burst youre bubble but barcelona are the best so manchester united are 2nd best that is hard to say as a man u fan but i have learnt to face reality real madrid and inter milan are coming close in 3rd and 4th
Well you can go infinitely small. Of any time that is used,femtosecond would really be what's used in chemistry, maybe atto.But then you have things like a septillionth of a second etc whichhave a LOT of zeroes
You can review your governing documents and determine exactly what you own. Every set of governing documents that cover condominiums is different from every other set of governing documents. Look in your governing documents for these definitions: . Unit: Usually, an owner who buys a 'unit' owns… 'everything from the paint/ skin/ studs' inward: there is a defined line of ownership. . Limited Common Elements: These are set aside for the exclusive use of that unit owner. An example is: a deck, a balcony, a parking stall. . Common Elements: Examples include, siding, doors, roofs, lawns, pool, club house, golf course. . Other : Your unique condominium community and property may include other elements that owners also 'own' in common with all other unit owners. (MORE)
John Adams was the second president of the United States. Our second president was John Adom. He was president because he helped the British John Adams
Why doesn't your second floor central AC unit in the attic cool sufficiently in the daytime the air at night comes out of the duct at 62 degrees but in the daytime it is 75?
Something is wrong and it needs to be looked at by someone who knows what they are doing.
Not really . The second is one of the SI system's seven BASE (not 'basic') units.
Speed is a quantity that is measured in meters per second. The previous answer, velocity, is technically incorrect. Velocity is a vector , which consists of a magnitude and a direction . Example: 10 meters per second northwest. Speed , however, is a scalar , and consists solely of… a magnitude . Example: 10 meters per second. (MORE)
Read your governing documents to determine what is owned by individual owners and what is owned by the association.
Would a dock that is attached to a condominium with boat slips which are deeded to individual owners of units in condo be part of the common elements?
Read your governing documents to determine the ownership status, the maintenance responsibility and the other pertinent details associated with the boat slips in your community.
Personally, I would not buy a condominium unless my review of the complete declaration was finished. Otherwise, you (and I) have zero idea about the community you're (I'm) buying into. Whether or not it can be sold may be a local legal issue. See your state condominium statute.
I am renovating my condo unit on the 5th floor. I broke open a water pipe causing it to flood down to the lower units. Am i responsible or would the damage be coverd by the building condo insurance.?
Since you caused the damage, your HO-6 condominium unit owner's insurance may cover the cost of repair. However, your insurance company and the insurance company that carries the master policy will work through all the details. If you carry no owner's insurance, you may be liable for the master po…licy deductible, and you may also be responsible to pay for the damage you caused inside your unit. Read your governing documents to determine your responsibilities as to insurance. (MORE)
No. cause it would consume more energy to make the room cool. Hot air rises and cool air sink, so to make the room to a controlled cool temperture , it is advisable to place the aircon unit on the top.
The ground floor is at ground level so the floor immediately above it must be the first floor.
Philadelphia was the second capitalcity of the United States. New York City was the first capital ofthe United States once the Constitution was ratified. In 1790Philadelphia was chosen as a temporary capital for ten years (untilDecember 1800), until the nation's capital in Washington, D.C.,would be …ready. (MORE)
I am not sure what you mean exactly; however, the second is one of the seven base units of the SI.
In the US, residential area is almost always measured in square feet. However, sometimes square inches are used when tiling small areas, such as bathroom showers, etc.
Amperes per second isn't a unit it all and really doesn't make much sense. Amperes is alreay a "per second" type unit, measuring the amount of charge flowing through a circuit element per unit time. So, amperes per second doesn't really make any sense.
Rate of change of speed. It can be the units for acceleration but need not be.
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In US, the definition of a studio is loosely a single room or a small space where a person lives with furniture that serves multiple purposes -- i.e., a Murphy bed, etc. A condominium is a living space that you purchase, with the idea that you also purchase and therefore ultimately own other parts… of the whole community -- common area owned with other owners who also own their own units. (MORE)
There is no such unit as a 'watt per second'. You are confusing'watts per second' for 'watt seconds'. A watt second is an unit ofenergy, work, or heat transfer.
Yes, they are the metric unit for time. You ALWAYS use seconds for measuring time in science.
There is nothing to prove there. The second has been DEFINED to be the unit of time in the SI.
The Mississippi River is the second longest river in the United States. It is about 2,320 miles (3,730 km) long and is only about 20 miles (40 km) shorter than the Missouri River.
It seems that walking on a tile floor makes more of a pounding noise and kind of shakes the floor. More so than hard wood or carpet. At least that is my experience.
Centimeters would do it. A doorknob should be 91 centimeters (3 feet) above the floor.
Hospitals, universities, and other large commercial buildings often have concrete floors throughout the building, so there's nothing stopping you as long as the structure itself is strong enough to support the additional weight. Be sure and check your local code enforcement office before buying any …materials. (MORE)
A condominium unit is the space available for ownership as defined by the land-use documents for the condominium association filed in the local court house. The unit may be defined as land, moorage, a townhouse, a suite, an apartment, a single family dwelling, part of a duplex or other enclosed ar…ea for which an owner holds a deed. (MORE)
John Adams, (2nd President of the USA), and Thomas Jefferson, (3rd President of the USA), died on July 4, 1826. The 50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence!
so when you see the stairs at your house you make your person step on the little paw in front of the stairs. then you see a picture of your house on the left hand side and there are two parts the top and the bottom click on the top of the house(the one without the picture of the door on it only the …windows). and it will show you pictures of your pets click on one of them the there you go you are in your bedroom. Hope you have fun editing your new room! (MORE)
They simply apply for one. No terms or conditions are detailed in the book, only that a family unit can have no more than two children, one of each gender.
Square seconds, by itself, doesn't make much sense. On the other hand, please note that acceleration is not the same as speed or velocity, therefore you would expect the units to be different between the two. Speed or velocity is measured in meters / second; since acceleration is the change of rate …of a velocity (in symbols: dv/dt), its units are velocity / time. Using SI units, that would be (meters / second) / second, and this is commonly written as meters / second 2 , which makes sense since the seconds appear twice in the denominator. (MORE)
There has to be a tank pan under the hot water tank with a drain hooked up to the pan. If the tank leaks, it will go into the pan which will flow into the pipe that you have to have hooked up to the sewage system.
I'm not quite sure what the question means, exactly. If it's about the shortest fraction of a second that has a name,the answer is a "yoctosecond". That's 10 -24 seconds.
Read your governing documents, and especially any rules updatesthat have to do with hardwood floor installation. Your biggest concern will be noise transmitted to surroundingunits. If you install them without permission, or without an associationreview, and you are in violation, you may be forced t…o remove yourhardwood floors. (MORE)
Please review your governing documents -- your CC&Rs, to discover the boundary definition for your unit. Look for the section with boundary in the title. There is no standard: every condominium is different from every other condominium.
Seconds is one of many units of time. However, it is the official SI unit of time.
Your tax adviser is best prepared to give you the answer you want,depending on your local tax laws, state tax laws, federal tax laws,and the use of the unit(s).
That's because you are dividing a speed by a time. In the case of constant acceleration, acceleration can be calculated as (difference in velocity) / time. In fact, that's basically how acceleration is defined. The corresponding units are (meters / second) / second.
Your real estate is part of an association with a legal obligationfor the board to 'protect, preserve and maintain' the collectiveasset. Your assessments pay for 'someone else' to handle repairs tocommon areas, so you are relieved of many of the maintenance issuesthat face single-home owners. Often,… a community of neighbors canbe built, because you are all co-investors. (MORE)