I have a giant air vent in the middle of my dining room approx 2x3 feet, the bottom is a little above eye level (6 foot), and almost to the ceiling (9foot)I obviously... See more
I live in Norway. I recently got my own apartment and are not fullt awere of things to do before leaving. Im now away from my apartment for 2 weeks during winter and ... 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
Some workers were here today, putting in new doors and insulation in the attic. They turned off the air with my programmable thermostat (that I don't have programmed ... See more
My house was built 30 years ago on a crawlspace. The crawl space has about a dozen vents in the brick foundation. I live in central Arkansas, and it is very humid i... See more
In order to attempt to save some energy and heat we are considering insulating our propane water heater. It’s in it’s own utility closet on the outside of our hou... See more
My hot water is ice cold in winter and I have to let it run (over 2 gallons waste) to get hot water. The Water heater is outside on the patio in a wooden closet.
I am sure others have had this problem. There are two floor heater vents in my living room and that makes it difficult to place furniture. We need both vents to be ... See more
My window air conditioner keeps beeping every few seconds. What could be wrong with it?
Background: Last year we bought this condo, we are first time home owners. The condo is on the middle level of a 3 floor garden style condo building (we have neighbor... See more
The HVAC unit is near the roof of the mini mobil, when cold (frigid -20) wind blows I get gusts through my intake vent, otherwise cold air just pours in. this is not ... See more
we just bought a home and the thermostat is located really low on the wall. How can I raise it up. I would like to raise it up at least a foot.
Bedroom on the back corner near the woody area. Better when sun is up. Eventhough it does get much sun
I live in an apartment complex that was built in the late 1960's and it us an ALL BILLS PAID compkex. They were built with a chiller/broiler system. I can not get ri... See more
I’m new to Florida. My house is air conditioned but not the attached two car garage. What cooling options do I have for the garage?
I have a portable AC unit with vertical slats to seal space between window and wall. The window opens left to right and the panel is not tall enough ( I actually had ... See more
Any suggestions for camouflaging a wall unit air conditioner?
We have a "heatilator" vent system and big brick surround, and I'd like to remove what I can and make it smaller and more modern-looking. Has anyone dealt with this k... See more
I am in the process of having my basement finished, and we're in the drywall and duct framing phase. Soffits have been built around the exposed duct work and is exten... See more
I have the outside unit and the inside unit is in a closet in my hallway. The unit outside seems to be running correctly. The inside unit kicks on and you can feel a ... See more
We have dehumidifier in our basement that constantly is on. We are emptying the dehumidifier at least once a day but it seems it cannot keep up. We are having cond... See more
Im a single mom and i rent and this year as I started my furnace for cold weather, it was installed in 88 lol...every time it kicks on or adjust temps a loud huge boo... See more
Adding onto existing ductwork from house not an option.