Questions about: gas

How often should you have your chimney cleaned?This a tougher question than it sounds. The simple answer is: The National Fire Protection Association Standard 211 says, "Chimneys, fireplaces, and vents shall be inspected at least once a year for soun
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I called in an electrician and he switched on the electricity inside the switch board outside my apartment unit and attempted to turn on the stove. Again, a pop and electricity tripped back off. He plugged out the power cord and asked me to call an e
If the Coil Surface Burner Element on an electric stove sparks, you’ll know it. The experience can range from a single spark powerful enough to put a hole in the bottom of a pot, to a shower of sparks until the coil burns out, to a few small pops. Bu
No, it is not okay. Make sure this is fixed before it's covered up. I'd have to search through the code books to find all the relevant code sections, but simply looking at this there appears to be a few problems
Although you get the burner to light by tapping the safety gas valve, this type of problem is normally caused by a weak igniter. You said that you replaced the igniter. You did not indicate how long ago that you replaced the igniter and how long the
Picture of a slip in gas fire place. Step 1: Before you go and get your permit ensure you know where you want to put the fireplace and especially the flue, or vent. Next determine how much pipe and fittings you need
I woke up two mornings ago to water that was colder than usual, so. . I naturally went to check the water heater and the pilot was out, the pilot light has never went out in the 4 years- almost 5 I've owned it
My dishwasher is 10 years old. It is only used intermittently, but I do try to run it at least once a week. There is an intermittent sewer-like odor, that seems to come and go
The temperature of an object is basically a measure of the movement of the individual molecules. When you heat something up, you're adding energy to the molecules, making them bounce around faster and faster. If you imagine a room full of dancers, ge