I have a basement with no windows, and would like to be able to bring air from the outside to circulate in the basement. The air is always so stale.
A new HVAC system was installed and it is emitting a chemical odor. Just like new furniture or rug would offgas, this new system is still offgassing after 5 months. I... See more
Not only is this an eye sore, but I’m sure it’s going to have pests a place to go and water damage especially in the bathroom! I have similar rough cuts around ra... See more
I am looking to upgrade the thermostat in my home from Honeywell Chronotherm T8090 A1056 to the Google Nest Learning thermostat. Is this something that can be doable?... See more
I had it changed over to a gas, when they put in the fire box they told me that I would not be able to close the damper I thought at the time it was no big deal. But ... See more
gas flame icon blinks? I've called my heat/AC company and someone will be out in the morning, but anything with gas kind of scares me. I'm going to turn the heat off ... See more
how do you use your air conditioner, do you leave it on or do you constantly turn it off and on
I have the 45 gal gas water heater on the left on a metal table and 2 ft to the right the A/C air handler and its attachment. the pvc was recently installed to take t... See more
Installed a in wall bath fan.Called company .They don't have a longer knob and no help.
I have a 30ft high A frame ceiling with a ceiling fan. I am struggling to keep the heat at floor level in the upper 60s while the heat by the ceiling is in the upper ... See more
is there something that can be placed insidethe air return box of hvac so that it can limit air and fan noise? It’s not a rattling noise.its very loud air moving n... See more
Is there a reasonable alternative to electric heat?
I have an older home. 1919 I replaced my furnace & AC November 2016. Just had it serviced, inspected. Replaced the filter on the humidifier. I worry I could come... See more
How can I add a geothermal conditioning system to my old home. Are they expensive for a 1600 sq ft house
Hi, I have a secondhand steel bathtub I would like to use outside. Does anyone have ideas on how to heat the water up please. Many thanks
my husband ran a ladder into the metal vet and broke it; where can we buy the metal vent to replace it?
Gets super hot from June to September in Oklahoma. AC cycles on and off all the time with the t-stat at 76. We've installed new windows and attic insulation, which... See more
For starters, I'm not very good at home repairs, and finding this website is a Godsend to me. Things look simple to do, but for some reason, they don't wind up simple... See more
How can I keep my home cooler and my merciless utilities bill down? I have central and in order to keep the upstairs cool during the summer months, the thermostat is ... See more
Constant dust in the house, and I know it is comeing from forced hot air vent and the AC. How would one go about trying
to get rid of it and a financial leash? I do change the filter's regulary, but would it be worth attempting to save the money to have duct work properly cleaned out? ... See more
We just created a cozy nook for ourselves in the basement. Since it is a basement, we have a space heater. We want to create a sliding room divider to keep the heat i... See more
I'm considering making my garage into a year round room.
My new thermostat would not blow heat and would not reach temp, I turned it down to 62 deg. then several hours later it reset to 70 deg. and started blowing heat. Th... See more
What are the pros and cons of a whole house fan versus an attic fan? We are in a two story house, approx 1950 sq. ft.
In the warmer months the upstairs gets very warm so we are looking for a way to cool the upstairs.