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My daughters' rooms were re-done last fall - we tore out the closets, installed built-ins, replaced hollow doors with solid ones, did a bit of re-wiring for additional lights . .
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A high-velocity, mini-duct HVAC system can bring an old house up to date with minimal damage to its historic fabric. By Jefferson Kolle Smaller than a compact disc, high-velocity mini-duct vents are an unobtrusive choice for heating and cooling old h
| Air Conditioning and Duct Systems | Floors | Hot Water Heating | Insulation | | Purchasing a Home | Radiant Barriers | Roofs and Attics | Walls | Windows | Air Conditioning and Duct Systems Q: I'm confused about what the minimum required a/c SEER r
I BELIEVE she also added HVAC at this point, though there IS an old iron vent or two in the floor on the main floor, so I'm not sure what those would've been used for. She did, however, run a vent duct up to the loft area. The problem: It doesn't see
If you like this site, you might also like some of my other sites: Last update February 2015 • Links last checked June 2013 In the typical home, air conditioning uses more electricity than anything else—16% of total electricity used. In warmer region
For Baltimore resident Katie Myers, living in a home without central air conditioning, even in the mid-Atlantic’s notoriously humid summers, is no reason to lose your cool. “It’s really not an issue,” said the 43-year-old private school teacher. “Peo
The cold air return on my forced air furnace is too loud. While it is is tolerable, there is a noticeable sound of rushing air when the furnace is running (not a whistling sound, just a blowing sound). I have a KeepRite G9MVE (80,000BTU 1600CFM)
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So, just got back from vacation to find much of my basement covered with a decent amount of water. Discovered my condensate pump stopped working (worn float) and overflowed for probably most of the week. The pump has a safety overflow cut-off switch