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
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
Just talking about the personel terricotta and tea candle heaters.
This is a tiny electric heater works very well. I like to lift off floor a few inches. Can I sit it on a small table or wooden box? Thanks
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 have a 112 year old house with no soffits. It's 97 outside (Texas) and it's 124 in my attic. That is after we installed a 14" roof vent and opened the hip roof dorm... See more
I have put block out panels I made next to the world down glass. Then a pair of Block out panels. My condo HOA won't allow window vents, or swamp coolers. I'm on ... See more
It's ugly! Thanks!!
Background: Last year we bought this condo, we are first time home owners. The condo is on the middle level of a 3 floor garden style condo building (we have neighbor... 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 ?
I am temporarily living in an apartment in Colorado Springs, over a garage we’re using for storage while our house is being completed. The apartment is freezing. He... 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.
I have the floor removed, so I have easy access to the ductwork. The supply duct is insulated on the inside of the metal duct, but the return is not insulated.
We are moving from S. FL to Tennesse.Therefore, we don't have much experience (none) with fireplaces. We are searching on line. Some of the pictures that have firepla... 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
I am in the process of having my basement finished, and we're in the drywall and duct framing phase. Soffits have been built around the exposed duct work and is exten... 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
My new thermostat would not blow heat and would not reach temp, I turned it down to 62 deg. then several hours later it reset to 70 deg. and started blowing heat. Th... See more
My furnace just recently started firing up only to shut itself down after a couple of minutes. Does anyone know what might be causing it to do this? Could this be a... See more
has anyone had any experiencex with the tankless hot water heaters? turning a barn into inlaw quarters ans would like the space saving it would give
I got my electric bill for January and it was $707 for almost 6,000 KWH of power, about 5X the usual month. My electric company 1st changed out my meter but then said... See more
Looks like the majority of the nails holding my duct work to the joists are popping out causing a slight sag in the duct work. should I simply hammer the nails back i... See more