Originally Posted by ScottJ0007
I agree with Dave's suggestion on hiding your water meter.
Does the white wire coming out of the meter lead up to a radio powered meter reader located between your joists? If so, you will need to be sure the access panel allows access all the way up into the joists.
I noticed that you have a mold mitigation fan located in your equipment room for your crawl space under your structural wood floor. I have a similar set up in my basement. The fan on my system is amazingly loud and I'm finding that I am having a bit of a tough time keeping the sound from getting into my theater area. Is your fan loud? If so, do you have plans to isolate it from the rest of the equipment room?
Scott, right you are. The white wire is for an external meter reader in front of the house. Good eyes BTW. Yes as I am sure you are aware living in Colorado we either deal with mold or shifting soil
so I have a mold mitigation fan. It works well as I have control of the humidity setting which I keep around 20%. So the fan does run often. However my fan is not tremendously loud. I would say that in sones it is about 2.5 So by throwing in some insulation and drywall-panel in front of it I think I can cut down the noise factor.
I know when I am in the theater now I can hear it but it is more of a low rumble than anything else. I will have a problem as obviously the noise factor from the fan under the floor will always be present. There is nothing I can do about that I am afraid. Although I could hook the power to the fan up to the graphic eye and kill it when a movie plays.