Category Archives: HVAC how to

HVAC or Heating Ventilation and Air conditioning has been with us for some time now from gas furnaces to cooling the air in our homes. The problem as with anything modern is it cost money when things break. This site is here to help everyone from the at home do-it-yourself person to the beginning HVAC technicians. With articles about troubleshooting HVAC problems.

What is the Best Ways To Heat a Garage?

Garages are often the last place heat is added in a home but can become necessary to have a comfortable work area.   Often it depends on the climate of were you live that will dictate the best way to heat a open space such as a garage. What works in Arizona likely wont work… Read More »

Furnace Filters Reviews: Best to Worst

Replacing a furnace filter is often not on the top of the to-do-list.   It can be overlooked until the furnace is not working properly or the air becomes less clean.   People with allergies are often the first to notice when a furnace filter has become dirty and needs replaced.   And just as… Read More »

What are the Best Safe Tent Camping Heaters?

Staying warm in a tent while camping is important especially when the temperature drops in into freezing territory.   More important than staying warm is having heating equipment that is safe to use.   The most common type of tent heaters are propane heaters since they can put out a lot of heat, dont require… Read More »

ECM 2.3 Variable Speed Blower Motor Troubleshooting

ECM 2.3 Motors are used in HVAC systems frequently these days as blower motors.   This includes air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces. It can adjust the air flow depending on what the system is getting for feedback.   First of all there are two components to a ECM motor the control module and the… Read More »

Our Picks for Best HVAC Tool Bags

Buying a HVAC tool bag is something that very much must fit the user.   A tool bag can be the best available and will not be any good unless it feels right to the person using it.   Many things can effect this from the packet layout to the handles used to carry it… Read More »