I have an insulation problem, it is coming through every vent in the home. It has ruined my carpets, it would take hours and days to get it cleaned only for it be the... See more
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.
I have seen a post from the mot-daughter team on using lattice panels to hide air conditioners
I have been battling hvac problems for awhile. I live in an all electric home. I have a heat pump with back up emergency heat. The system is all in the ceiling (via s... See more
I am a senior, have a 35 year old home. Heat/ac vents are in the ceiling. It is not currently in my budget to have the duct work professionally vacuumed/cleaned. I... See more
When I turn on my AC, I can hear pipes rattling or knocking together. Is that air in the pipes or some other pending disaster.
Any ideas for cheap insulation.I live in Maine.Properly going to get the pink stuff,just wondering about anything else that might work.thanks!
When I bought the house I didn’t notice that the retur vent for the air conditioner was installed in one of the bedroom. This set up doesn‘t allow the air to flo... See more
Looking for options to close off the open space that doesn't look too tacky.
I'm considering replacing my current heating system. Can you talk about the pros and cons of gas heating vs. oil heating, and whether it is worthwhile converting fro... See more
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.
Happy New Year All. Recently bought a house In Pa. It’s winter so put the thermostat on 72 and waited for heat. Why is it that before the hot air come out of the ve... See more
I've never been able to find the answer to this question so maybe you all can help. I like to keep my thermostat setting on 67 however at times it's just to cold for... See more
From December to March the temperature variates from 40's to just below freezing and it's hard to stay warm. The apartment is to the North and has a lot of windows.
Bedroom on the back corner near the woody area. Better when sun is up. Eventhough it does get much sun
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
Living in Texas the weather changes by the hour. I added insulation to the attic last year, but the garage is like an oven every since. With 2 fans running constantly... 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
My condo unit is positioned over the front door of the building and can't drip there. Also, I've tried draining the water down the side of the building and gotten co... See more
The insulation and covering on several of my air conditioning ducts are completely gone. The ac company wants to install a complete new duct system costing several th... See more
When looking at historic homes for sale, other than asking the home owners (which may not be possible), how can you know for sure if these old beauties have insulatio... See more