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How to measure attic insulation
In this vine style video learn how to measure your attic insulation; having the right amount of attic insulation in your home will save money, save energy, make your home more comfortable, and reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change. Adding insulation to the attic is generally a moder
DIY Lava Flows
Want to get kids interested in science? Well, DIY Lava Flows are one extreme way to go about it. Earth Magazine reports on the Syracuse University Lava Project.
How Heat Pumps Work
Heat pumps use a small amount of energy to move heat from one place to another. They serve a dual purpose -- they can use that heat transfer to cool a home as well.
DIY Heat Pump Maintenance
Here are some DIY maintenance tricks you can use to keep your heating pump in top shape throughout the winter months.
What Is a Circulating Pump?
If you use a boiler and that boiler creates hot water to heat your home, then you have red devices attached to some of your pipes. These devices are circulating pumps, and without them, the hot water generated by your boiler wouldn’t reach the heating outlets in your home.
The Latest in Heat Pump Trends
Heat pumps are gaining popularity in both the Northeast and Northwest, even into Canada, as well as traditional markets where their acceptance is secure.“We’re seeing wider recognition among homeowners and HVAC contractors of how modern heat pumps can condition homes of all different sizes and in a variety of climates — including colder climates in the Northeast and Midwest,” said Michelle Robb, director of marketing, Mitsubishi…
A Yankee’s guide to heat pumps
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How Sump Pumps Work
Along with basement waterproofing, a sump pump is your basement's best line of defense against flooding.
How to Vary Hydraulic Pump Flow to Get the Most Out of Your Prime Mover
In order to generate massive force, you must apply pressure to a large area. The trade-off is that the larger the area that is being acted on, the more flow (volume) it takes to get an actuator to move a given distance. If you want a cylinder to generate massive force and move quickly, you will need a massive prime mover.
What Is a Wide-Format Plotter?
Do a lot of design work or graphing? A wide-format plotter can put complicated creative work on paper.
A Homeowner's Guide to Heat Pumps
If you are looking for the best way to keep your home comfortable this winter, you will want to consider having a heat pump installed. Learn more here.
Why Consider a Heat Pump?
Read on to find out how a heat pump actually works, and what kinds of benefits it can provide.
What are Plotter Paper Rolls?
Posted on Plotter Paper rolls is plotter paper for an inkjet printer. The Plotter Paper rolls can come in many sizes depending on the inkjet plotter machine size or the outcome size needed (as long as the inkjet plotter printer can hold that size) Plotter Paper rolls is treated to absorb and stabilize the ink used in inkjet plotter printers. Specially coated to keep the colors from ‘feathering’ and causing run issues the Plotter Paper rolls that is made in America is the…
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What’s a first Plot Point?
Are you writing a novel? Understanding where your First Plot Point is buried is as critical as knowing who your protagonist is, because remember, it’s not a story until something happens and …
A Guide to Food Plot Alternatives
The talk of hunting today often revolves around food plots. There are, however, some effective — and cheaper — food plot alternatives.
What Is a Reversing Valve on a Heat Pump?
Heat pumps can offer your home both heating and cooling thanks to a component called the reversing valve. This valve can change the direction of the refrigerant flow, which is how the device changes modes. It is a complex device, which is why it’s important to always use professionals for any repair to your heat…
What Is a Heat Pump Water Heater?
You already know that your heat pump can both heat and cool your home, but did you also know it can also heat your home’s water? Using the same principle of heat transference and heat pump technology, a heat pump water heater can effectively provide your home with the hot water it needs.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
If you are thinking about replacing your air conditioning system before the cooling season starts, or if you think that this past winter was the last one that your heating system has in it, you should consider the installation of a heat pump in LaConner, WA. The Pacific Northwest is particularly well-suited for the use…