Ok heres my problem. I am in an older row home, I would say its early
1900's. The studs are about 24" apart and between the top floor
and the main floor ceiling they have continuious flooring from one
room to the next threw-out the wall also.
The people before us put in a hot air vent to the upstairs bathroom by
cutting a hole into the basement ceiling into the wall cavity and is
letting the hair air travel all the way up the wall and into the
bathroom without any true duct working.
My problem is I drilled about a foot and a half from the basement duct
and the snake is still on the portion of wall with the hot air since
the snake finds its way all the way to the bathroom vent. Getting to
the other side of the stud isn't possible since the toilet is right
where I would need to start tearing everything up.
My question is the air that would occupy that space even remotely be
hot enough to cause issues if I take the wire up that portion of