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If it is an electric dryer, then you can vent it into the garage. The exhaust air will be hot and moist, however. If your dryer is a gas dryer, then NO, absolutely do not vent into the garage! The gas dryer exhaust has CO (carbon monoxide) gases in i
Ice forms in that location because 1) heat is lost where the two panes of glass are connected by the metal frame, and 2) cold air sinks to the bottom of the window opening. I don't see any red flags that indicate air leakage or other serious issues.
Lightwave Radiator Valve The easiest way to take control of your heating and provide room by room control is to screw-fit a Lightwave Radiator valve (LW922) to your radiator. These devices link directly to the LightwaveRF App, and allow you to monito
hi mark i have a columbia emerald em-100 steel oil burner with a tankless approx 20 yrs old. Presently the circulator has to cycle at least 3 times on a call for heat to let the boiler cath up to the … read more Rick HVAC Supervisor 23,409 satisfied
I live in an apartment complex where my water baseboard heating is 100% controlled by the complex staff. This year has been particularly tough, as it's been very warm since winter started and even with 18+ inches of snow outside there's little relief
A PEX radiant floor involves laying down a tubing circuit into a floor. The PEX tubing will then have hot water run through it which turns the entire floor into a radiant heat source. PEX stands for cross-linked polyethylene, which is made synthetic
Search results for: Central Heating SystemYour bills are driving you mad? Every month the energy, water and heating is more expensive for you? So, it is time for you to learn how to reduce the money spend on those unpleasant duties. Presenting huge o
No they are not. But you wonder why. Well, simple, you need a very strong Electric Motor to compress the intake air to at least 2 or more PSI
Hydronic heating is environment-friendly/economical system for commercial complexes. Step 1-Open Vented Heating Check draincock, on return pipe, with rubber hose for appropriate drainage. Turn off boiler; leave the pump on
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