No problem with 15amp outlets on 20 breakers with 12 guage wire for residential. If commercial or you are planning to use a 20 amp appliance, then...
linoleum is a term that was coined in the 1800's. It was and sometimes still is used interchangably for flooring whether it is a vinyl or some oth...
Could be a number of things. If not dirty evaporator coil or condensor coil, then try dirty air filter. If not then you need a service call for l...
I haven't but high chlorine levels is very hard on copper pipe. Don't know of a home unit but look at commercial heat exchangers.
Most stuff is rated to run at 110 to 130 without much trouble. There will always be some voltage flucuations but yours seems a little high. If all...
A 4 wire cable has the red and green as one pair and yellow and black as the other. One wire of the pair is referred to as the tip and the other w...
First you need to punch holes and/or break up the bottom so water will drain out. I would go ahead and fill it up with sand or whatever. Shouldn'...
Average risers are about 7". 7.5" gets a little steep but 6.5" makes a nice height step and especially for older people. Average tread depths are...
Sorry Hollywood, been gone for a while. It isn't a heat pump. I replaced the sequencer and that appears to have fixed it. The sequencer being a ...
Have your a/c checked out. It may be pulling to many amps. Either from a bad compressor or fan motor or the starting capacitor for them went bad....
I went over tonight with a new thermostat and that didn't fix it. The old one was ok. Switch it to heat and the heat ran all the time. Switched ...
Thanks Juleous. I didn't explain well but the heat/cool switch will shut the a/c off and then switch it to run the furnace non-stop if allowed to ...
Any idea why a coleman furnace&a/c combo from a 78 model mobile home won't shut off and which part it is that needs replacing? Switching from cool...
Don't do it with concrete that way. I'm in the middle of tearing out a concrete porch that rebar into the foundation didn't hold up. It sagged ne...
Don't use roofing tar. It is too messy and won't take much pressure. Use a silicone caulk.
You can run the wire and boxes with some help. You might look for a good book on it. The hard part is cutting into the wall, installing new work b...
Three 4 bulb 40 watt flourescent fixtures should do it. Go with 4 fixtures if this is a long narrow space over 30 some feet long. Put one in the ...
It is because of the change in temperature and humidity. You need to adjust the freezer and refrigerator settings.