Questions about: heat

That's what it's supposed to do. It heats until a "high" cut-out temp, and rests until a "low" cut-in temp. If it's colder outside, that will chill down your house much faster, it will hit the "cut-in" threshold much sooner, and cycle more often
by Billy C. Last Updated November 24, 2017 00:21 AM Outside, I have a LENNOX 13hpx-036-230-17 compressor: Inside, the air handler is a LENNOX CBX25UH-036-230-1: The air handler lists 36,000 BTUH cooling capacity, with r410a at 450psi, cust part # 79w
I have a 220V electric baseboard heating system which is controlled by a 24 VAC 2 wire thermostat (RH, W). There is a 220V to 24VAC relay in the circuit from the thermostat to the heating system. I plan to replace the thermostat with a WiFi enabled s
If you have a heat pump and notice the air blowing out of your vents is cold, there are 2 possibilities: Something is wrong with your heat pumpThe air just feels cold and your mind is playing tricks on youHow to tell if something is wrongFirst, let’s
From time to time, you may notice your air conditioner leaking water outside. Walking outdoors to find a puddle of water underneath your AC’s condenser unit might be alarming, but it’s important to understand when an air conditioner leaking water is
I am having some difficulty figuring out the correct wiring for my new wifi thermostat. Before I bring out the A/C technician, I was wondering if anyone here might be able to help? Searched other threads and did not see one that applied to my situati
A unit called a zone controller receives the signal from your thermostats and kicks on the appropriate valves/pumps. Assuming your problem is that the upstairs zone actually turns on when it shouldn't be -- as opposed to the upstairs getting hot simp
We explain what to happens to smart thermostat systems and zoned smart-heating when there is a power cut or the Wi-Fi breaks. Includes Nest, Hive, Tado, Netatmo, Honeywell, HeatMiser and Heat Genius. Smart heating is great, and coming soon to a house
What I am looking for? I am trying to find a source which is stating typical heat loss coefficient of a thermal energy storage or a buffer tank. Problem Most of the resources I've found so far, rather than stating the heat loss rate in the format of
The Zone valves heat the hotwater pack, basement area and main house. The Thermostat being replaced is the bottom right for House. I tied on the Ecobee into the 24V relay and was able to power the unit, but the W1 off the Ecobee into the Yellow lead