Category: DIY & How-To

Why Is My Gas Furnace Not Blowing Hot Air?

Gas furnace

If cold air is flowing from your vents when the heat is turned on, that can be a huge concern during the colder months. To figure out why your furnace is blowing out cold air, read John C. Flood's guide to troubleshooting why cold air is flowing from your vents when your gas furnace is on.

What To Do About Gurgling Noises in Your Kitchen Sink

Kitchen Sink Noise

Are you fed up with your kitchen sink being an echo chamber? You’re not alone. Kitchen sink noise is one of the most common household frustrations people have, especially with stainless steel sinks. However, not many people know how quick and easy it is to fix this problem. Expanding foam can make your sink more quiet. Read more to see how John C. Flood offers step by step instructions on how to fix a noisy sink.

How To Tell If Your Thermostat Is Broken

how to tell if a thermostat is broken

To see if the thermostat is communicating with the furnace, set the temperature five degrees higher than your normal temperature and see if the heat kicks on — that should help you determine whether the device is prompting the furnace to engage. Obviously, if the system is set to “cool” and you want heat, switch the setting.

Can You Run Your Furnace Without A Filter?

Can you run a furnace without a filter

If your run a furnace without a filter, it can be bad for your health and indoor air quality. Keeping a clean filter in your furnace ensures the unit operates efficiently and can keep dirt, dander, and debris from circulating back through your home. Learn the importance of an HVAC air filter and how to change your air filter.

How to Fix a Toilet That Randomly Runs

toilet filling randomly because toilet filling valve broken

No one has used the bathroom for awhile, yet the toilet suddenly starts filling up like it was recently flushed. If your toilet fills randomly, you likely have a water level issue in the toilet tank. Follow these tips to adjust the toilet filling valve and fix this common plumbing issue.

6 Types of Air Conditioning

air conditioner

Replacing or upgrading your AC unit is typically a substantial investment, so you want to be sure you go with something that’s best for all your needs. Evaluating the size you need, what efficiency features you want, quality, cost, and your home requirements can get confusing. To alleviate some of the stress, here are some types of air conditioners to help you understand your options.