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
I have a lot of minerals in my water, I believee they are starting to slow my water flow and clog my water heater. How do I get rid of the minerals cheaply?
The company that installed my new AC unit for a property that is currently being occupied by a tenant, cannot figure out why there is no air flow coming from the vent... See more
Everything comes on and starts to work properly. The there is a rumbling in the attic air handler, the sound of a power surge like the motor struggling, and the circu... See more
My outside air unit the fan is running but unit not coming on?
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
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
I have a crawl space accessed thru a hatch in an upstairs bedroom closet. I attempted to go up there and it was so hot it was unbearable. I’m thinking of some kind ... See more
We just bought a new home in Holly Michigan. We moved to MI from Las Vegas. The home was built in 1977. We are on propane heating and good ole fireplace. The home is ... See more
Electric Hot Water Heater. What causes the Hot water to turn colder after running for a while?
We have a home turned apartments. And up stairs lady says she has thermostat set at 90 but only gets to 71 (not that that isn't warm enough in my opinion) but would y... See more
Ive noticed lately there is what looks like mold around the bottom of the AC unit and Im not sure what is safe to use to get rid of it. Say if I use diluted clorox or... See more
My outside unit doesn't blow hard like other units witch in return doesn't blow hard inside. Our degrees won't go below 72 degrees. And is on longer wich means larger... See more
We could enjoy our patio more if a/c were quieter!!
After a house fire, not totally burnt, things are being rebuilt. The house is currently oil heat with electric range and hot water heater. Some prefer gas for their r... See more
I have a pin hole getting larger in my cast iron steam heat return pipe!Can I cut out replace that small area with PVC pipe.?Thanks
We are remodeling a 1945 yr old house...no closets....we closed in the back porch, framed in, finished outside and inside....good idea...but where the dryer is locate... See more
We've noticed in several rooms there are water droplets on the ceiling (single story house). I know that there's blown insulation in the attic, but no insulation in t... See more
I just moved in to this new home with a 2014 AC but it just now started to act up, someone please help!
Should I go with gas or electric? Make your case so we can make up our minds.
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
My sons room is desperately cold in the winter and now currently its 76 on my thermostat in my living his room its 83 he has 2windows and the garage sits right belo... See more