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 a giant air vent in the middle of my dining room approx 2x3 feet, the bottom is a little above eye level (6 foot), and almost to the ceiling (9foot)I obviously... See more
Not only is this an eye sore, but I’m sure it’s going to have pests a place to go and water damage especially in the bathroom! I have similar rough cuts around ra... See more
If I don't have a basement do I need to perform a radon test?
My AC unit runs outside, but at times it will not blow in certian parts of the house. We already had the board replaced for the air handler. Sometimes sounds like a ... See more
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I have one house but no one live there now. In winter time perfect temperature what would be? How should I take care an others things too? Thanks.Kelly.
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
I live in Karachi Pakistan.Over my house is concrete flat roof and it gets so hot during summer that it becomes unbearable what is the cheapest solution to make it he... 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.
My AC is on, but I can only feel any cool air when I touch the vents, and it is barely blowing at all. I looked at my cooling unit, and I can feel cold air coming out... See more
Have 1948 bungalow and bathroom gets too steamy from showers. We cannot install exhaust fan so we usually have to open window, which is in shower and while summer tha... See more
is there something that can be placed insidethe air return box of hvac so that it can limit air and fan noise? It’s not a rattling noise.its very loud air moving n... 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.
I have steam radiators and don’t know if I should keep them or not. Many think they are not efficient. What kind of heating system is good for a 100 year old hom... See more
My water heater is located in my basement along with the washer, dryer, and furnace. I have wanted a water heater blanket, is this something I should feel comfortable... See more
Our dehumidifier, runs and runs with very little water. We use it in our basement, it smell musty.,, any ideas on how to fix this?
I am considering buying a tankless water heater. From those of you who own one, please give me your honest opinion, thanks, Barbara
I find myself in a chilly situation. I discovered this morning that the fireplace damper in the basement fireplace is pretty much rusted beyond repair. The cold 10 de... 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
Hey guys, I have a few questions about my gas fireplace. I have ceramic logs and use a key to turn onthe gas and I have to light it with a match. Cold air is coming... See more
Can't seem to get them out. Unscrewed all visible nails and they seem loose but stuck. Ttied wiggling them out. No success. Any tips? Please!
Does anyone have an idea as to why my a/c smells like old stinky wood? The unit is less than 2 years old -
we didn't have this problem last year - smells are hard to describe but the best I can say is it smells like old wood, it doesn't smell moldy but I guess it could be.... See more