Had a new heat pump (HVAC) system installed last summer. While the crew was here, they also cleaned all of our vents, etc. Discovered that no one finished them in con... 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’m trying to get Tax Credits for my new 14 SEER Heat Pump & I’m confused about if I’ve a Package System or not.In my previous home, SEER Points could be added ... See more
Furnace comes on every 10 minutes. Heat does not blow hot. Furnace is 3 years old. Feel a vibration. Temp. is set around 72 to 74. House is only 1,000 sq ft. Company ... See more
I have a Trane heat pump and air conditioner which is 12 years old. Every year or so it needs a few pounds added. Is it nomal to continually need to be recharged?
Unfortunately our central AC compressor stopped working. We had a company come hoping it was simply freon. Not so. Due to funds we had to get several room units, work... See more
They are horizontal sliding window 20 " h and 16-34 w, need info whats the best way to put a 12000 btu in that window.
Winter is here & my furnace is an all electric heat pump. I’ve cleaned the exterior coils & lubed the exterior fan. I keep a fresh MERV 13 filter changed every 3 mo... See more
My ac is not blowing any cold air the pipe coming in looks like this and is dripping wet? Recommendations please
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
HiI think I accidentally closed the discussion on my AC question. I had purchased a moisture meter and sent the product description as asked.Today I purchased a humid... See more
I have single A/C wall units in each room of my house. Once they've been running for a certain amount of time (anywhere between 30 minutes and above) on a mid-level t... See more
I was wondering if the vent pictured can be removed to clean the furnace duct? If so, how do you remove it and is it easy to remove.
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
on cold days to get to bathroom. is there anything I can do
When does it make sense to take preventive measures and replace things like a hot water heater that is working fine but has outlived its expected life expectancy by a... See more
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
When engine is cold , it starts and runs/idles perfect. When the engine warms/ heats up, the engine stalls and quits running as if the fuel supply is shut off or it i... See more
Our master bath was built unto the out side brick of the house. The room is ice cold and unusable in the winter, because of the lack of insulation and the marble floo... See more
I am running down a list of projects that need doing...top on the list is a repaint of the house, change out the counter tops in the kitchen, and if money allows...re... 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.