How to clean heating ducts/vents/electric furnace in rental formerly occupied by smoker. So expensive by dealer!
Just talking about the personel terricotta and tea candle heaters.
After replacing the batteries in the thermostat, I reprogrammed it. Unfortunately our ac unit did not start cooling the house again. The outside unit is running (I c... See more
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
It has solid, wood floors, but they laid out insolation on top them, which keeps our apartment downstairs warm, but I want to make it into a boutique style storage, I... See more
How can I warm my home in the winter?
I have horrendous indoor and outdoor allergies. Would cleaning my ductwork help? If so, any tips on how to DIY?
Help! I have an old Magi Stat wall thermostat that is set on heat at 69 degrees. I’m unable to lower the heat because it seems the touch buttons are worn out. Ho... 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.
My electric water heater is original to the house...vintage 1952. the town handy man was out and checked all the mechanicals and weather seals arround pipes. It’s ... See more
I have the floor removed, so I have easy access to the ductwork. The supply duct is insulated on the inside of the metal duct, but the return is not insulated.
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 like to make the humidity in my home better for my plants i dont know if im low or high but i got a response from here saying the humidity and over water maybe the ... See more
We live in an older trailer and it is not insulated well. We don't have the money to have iit done is there anything that we can do ourselves that will help, like wu... See more
I am wanting to replace my thermostat to a newer programmable one but due to it being low power I am unsure how to check if it is off when I flip the breaker
i do not have an air conditioner but it gets really hot in july and august....help!
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
My AC unit has a clear plastic tube for the water to drain from, it lays on the floor to the floor drain so putting any type of flooring like wood maybe impossible.. ... See more
My furnace just recently started firing up only to shut itself down after a couple of minutes. Does anyone know what might be causing it to do this? Could this be a... 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