I live in Central América. I bought a house made Out of concrete, but it has dothe upper floor bedrooms' walls all stained in black due to humidity. We have painted ... See more
I have seen a post from the mot-daughter team on using lattice panels to hide air conditioners
The steam high riser looks horrible in the corner of my kitchen. Please give me an idea as to how to cover it up without loosing the heat
My house was built 30 years ago on a crawlspace. The crawl space has about a dozen vents in the brick foundation. I live in central Arkansas, and it is very humid i... See more
Help!! My thermostat is set to 72, inside temp is 67. The fan on the unit is working but there’s nothing whatsoever coming on inside. The thermostat read auxiliary ... See more
Looking to completed my basement. One HVAC engineer says just do zoning auto dampers, one says put a 3rd system in just for the basement. I won't be a living space bu... See more
I have an exhaust fan in my master bathroom but still have moisture running down the walls after showing. We move to a coastal community this year and it seems the ba... See more
Is there much difference in cost between setting the thermostat at 68 degrees and 70 degrees?
I know this is not a DIY project but does anyone know if there is a furnace that can be place in a crawlspace? My crawlspace is 3 feet deep.
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
I have awning windows and an over sized HVAC system . My spices in the cabinet and still in the jars still gets damp and sticks together . What can I do ?
what effect does it have on my forced hot air gas furnace when I shut some rooms off and don't heat them?
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
my husband ran a ladder into the metal vet and broke it; where can we buy the metal vent to replace it?
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
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 do not have an air conditioner but it gets really hot in july and august....help!
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
Renting a unit that is single glazed windows, lets in draughts and moisture. I have moisture collection bins in all rooms and in the linen cupboard. Any ideas on a ... See more
seems to run all the time outside
I had a great response a couple years back stating Venting a Crawl Space is not the best method any longer and to encapsulate. It costs LOTS of money to do that, but ... See more
We have a "heatilator" vent system and big brick surround, and I'd like to remove what I can and make it smaller and more modern-looking. Has anyone dealt with this k... See more