It has been about a year since my last tune up, and I am wondering if a tuneup might be all I need, in order to avoid a service call and diagnostic fee and any other ... See more
How to clean heating ducts/vents/electric furnace in rental formerly occupied by smoker. So expensive by dealer!
I have a 1950 slab ranch home in Massachusetts. Currently is heated with force hot air coming from ceiling vents, and also central a/c. I feel the home is very cold,... See more
Hello,I bought a 1950's ranch slab home in Massachusetts three years ago, and I can't seem to be able to warm it up. The house has forced hot air heat, new insulated ... 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
We have a dehumidistat in our new home and have no experience with it and how to use it! Does it add humidity, take out humidity and how do we set it? Thanks
I have condensation dripping out of my ceiling A/C vents and soaking the ceiling plaster. Probable cause is insufficient insulation/temperature difference. Can I re... See more
The gas line for the oven sticks out of the wall about eight inches we would like it shortened so the stove fits closer to the wall but cant find anyone we were told ... See more
The insulation that the builders put on our pull-down attic steps was a ridiculous solution IMO and I've been nagging my husband for years to fix it. However that has... See more
My window air conditioner keeps beeping every few seconds. What could be wrong with it?
This is probably a useless question to ask as I’m sure the only answer is what I have already attempted to implement, but I’m going to try anyway! My new apartmen... See more
I have a screen, glassed in 3 season porch, I can't sit out there because its so hot it has a metal roof. Any ideas what i could do to keep it a little cool besides... See more
I know this is not a DIY project but does anyone know if there is a furnace that can be place in a crawlspace? My crawlspace is 3 feet deep.
My water heater is approaching three years old. Realistically, do I need to have it flushed? I hear various stories about this so I am looking for facts.
I will be closing on a home on Friday but it won’t be occupied for another month. I live in MI where the weather is in the upper 20’s. All I need to do to the h... See more
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
Each day i have to empty up stairs a bucket. Getting difficult as I get older 77yrs. HELP SUGGESTIONS
My thermostat is set at 50 degrees now, but the temperature won't go below 80 degrees! I don't know how to read this thing and have not been able to find any answers... See more
We are remodeling a Park Model mobile home, and had to remove the old antiquated heating system. Would like to be able to use the existing duct work, or modify it.... See more
We live in a 27 ft. wide, 72 ft. long mobile home that is 4-1/2 years old. One end (our master bedroom and master bath is facing north. During the winter, this area ... See more