Questions about: heat-pump

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
One of the most overlooked functions of a wood stove is heating water. A few decades ago many wood stoves (especially cook stoves) used what was a called a hot water front in conjunction with a tank (range boiler) beside/behind the wood stove to prod
i will assume your heat pump has nothing wrong with it and isnt set to defrost any more often than 90 minutes intervals,,unless it has "demand defrost" which is better than "timed defost". .
I am currently upgrading my furnace from an oil furnace/AC combination to all heat pump. I am considering two stage vs single stage heat pumps. I understand that two-stage will supposedly give me more 'comfort' (for running on low stage instead of on
I will answer your questions in turn, and then add a few notes at the end -- the code for pools is complex, partly because they are bespoke installations for the most part and partly because of how pool electrical safety evolved over time. You actual
SOURCE: We are trying to install a HoneyWell programmable T-stat wiring is commonly connected with the following color codes: On a straight heat and cool system:White = W on T-StatYellow = Y on T-statGreen = G on T-statRed = R on T-stat On heat pump
The heating and cooling of your household can usually cost too much. However, with the rise of more efficient kinds of technology, this is not the case these days anymore. Installing a heat pump for your home will save you at least 30 percent of savi
Update: I should have stated that the plan was to repair the leak and continuously monitor the pressure to detect any future leaks. A recent decision was made to replace the heatpump. Installer indicates a pressure range of 20-120 PSI