Type: Posts; User: mrkool
Search took 0.02 seconds.
Haven't done mine yet, but am going to break my yellow a/c contactor wire with an adjustable heat sensor attached to the hot water coil and set it to 110 degrees
so when it's 110 or above, it'll...
New unit AND ductwork AND maybe a lung doctors visit to check for EBOLA:cool:
Got a service call from an old fella said his unit wasn't running like it used to,
also said he smelled something but couldn't put his finger on it and wanted me to
come see what could be the...
I was at RE Michel the other day, they sell Nor-dyne, Broad, Tappen, Air-temp and other stuff, but they have the best price on 410 at $ after tax,
with R-22 at $ for 30lbs, they said both Honeywell...
A local dealer here sold some dry R-22 condensers to replace some older condensers at an apartment complex and the apt. tech used R-410 in all of them.
He asked me if I thought that'd be a...
A local salesman told me he sold 8 - R-22 dry condensers to a contractor for some old condos, the next day, the contractor sent a guy in the buy some R-410a.
Later he ask the contractor how the...
It's not only leaking air out, your leaking return duct is probably sucking in the humid air from the crawlspace, and that might be worse than it leaking out from the supply.
A word of warning...
We've been sealing off crawlspaces for a couple years now and it can make a big difference in your heating, cooling and air quality, and when sealed properly, critters won't be able get into the...
Which picture looks more like your crawlspace?
When you say...
I remember a conversation with my dealer a few years ago after having several new systems failing to start for no apparent reason, but after installing a 5-2-1, haven't heard from them again.
how much for the H23A563ABCA 142 1 ?
it's a 56,000 btu single phase Bristol, right?
MrKool in Mid-Tenn
Well, if you have a 3 heat/2 cool system, then you'll just need to tweak your setup.
But sounds like you have a 2 heat/1 cool system installed
which is Option #7, or you have heat pump with an...
Well, here in mid-tenn, it depends,
in the Wintertime,
if the varible speed heat pump is on,
it's set to 68 at night 70 in the day time.
Now, if the back-up wood furnace/boiler kicks in,
A good site for information is http://www.buildingscience.com/
as for my crawlspace, in the process
of doing the recomendation from
thsi site, like insulating the walls
of the crawlspace instead...
Can't you just feel the excitement of hauling this up a
flight of stairs and then to the scrap yard?
Oh, I'm sorry, did one of you fine folks want it for your collection? just leave an address,...
just wondering, are those doors without a porchs/decks/patios? or are they the fake ones?
and is that aluminum or vinyl siding?
also, this look like a hotel I stayed in one time.
Nice pic tho...