I am interested in any info on tankless hot water heating systems.
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My husband and I recently replaced our wood burning stove. We replaced it with a larger used stove. My question is regarding the piping. Our pip...
i have an older home with an old central air system and would like to replace it. are there any advantages and/or disadvantages bettween scroll sy...
I have a gas furnace that heats water. The water moves through the house in copper pipes to baseboard heaters in each room. I have three zones of p...
Any suggestions and recommendations appreciated for info on heat & a/c units for single room use. I am adding two small rooms from attic space and...
I am installing an in line duct fan to boost airflow to an addition that was put on my house before I bought it. I have the fan hung and attached ...
Does anyone know where I can find some 1" valves for my hot water radiators? all I can seem to find are the inline type and I need right angle ones.
Any opinions on putting fiberglass batts on the underside of the roof (between the rafters) to improve insulation? Have seen it done on a show or ...
I have a heater in my non-insulated garage and would like blown in insulation. Do I need a vapor barrier? and is there something out there that...
Heat Exchange Tank has a serious leak. Can I bypass that system with a Large Water heater and us the circulation pump, demand, and safty features ...
I am building a rec room, I will attempt to install 2 heat vents. I say attempt because I have never done any HVAC. I was wondering if it is necess...
I receiently installed a 130000 BTU boiler in my home about 2 years ago.Latly Ive noticed the system pressure running very close to 30 psi when...
Does anyone have a quick rule of thumb equation for the number of btu's per sq. ft. needed to heat a home? Thanks for any help.
We just bought an old house that had an addition put on after it was built. The heating system is radiant. Well there is no radiator in the additio...
I would like to finish my basement floor so I can rent it out. But I would like to sound proof the rented rooms so no noise from the upstairs can b...
i have a 4 year old house, with oil heat- baseboard hot water. the house is a bi-level but we only use the upstairs for now. there is one thermosta...
We are planning on in floor radiant heat in a new home the pex tubing will be put on top of the sub-floor with gypcrete on top of the tubing. my qu...
I recently purchased a home in Washington, DC in April 1999. After several months of occupancy, I have discovered that the house has some structura...
I recently bought a house that was built in '57 its on a slab fondation. When the furnace is on the pipe going to the vents get extremly hot but by...