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Types of PVC Pipe Used for Dryer Vents

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe is strong, durable and easy to work with, and it is commonly used in home plumbing systems.

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How to Get Rid of Calcium Deposits in Hot Water Heaters

A number of deposits accumulate naturally inside water heaters, including iron and calcium.

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The Difference Between Plastics & Polysaccharides

Plastics and polysaccharides are two common but rarely understood compounds used in our everyday lives.

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How to Replace Grill Parts

If the body of your grill is in good shape, there is no need to replace it.

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Venting Problems With Gas Hot Water Heaters

Your water heater relies on more than gas to operate; it also relies on air.

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How to Troubleshoot a Thermocouple

Gas water heaters are fitted with a single thermocouple located within the bottom of the tank.

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Gas Appliances Vs. Electric

Hot-water heaters, clothes dryers, stoves, and refrigerators are all modern appliances that have become necessities in nearly all homes.

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DIY Installed Forced-Air Furnace

Forced-air furnaces can be assembled and installed by a homeowner looking to save a little money who either already possesses a little background in such things or is capable of transforming the printed manufacturer's instructions into concrete action.

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How to Calculate Combustion Efficiency

The mere term "combustion efficiency" can be misleading since a combustion process where all of the fuel is burned stoichiometrically is 100-percent efficient.

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Tips for Troubleshooting a Central Air Conditioner

The central air system in your house conditions the air around you by cooling and dehumidifying warm air that is then circulated throughout your house via your network of air ducts that are usually located on the ceiling or floor.

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How to Calculate Wood Pellet Consumption

Homeowners who are considering installing a wood-pellet-burning stove want to know before purchasing it how many pounds of wood pellets the stove has to burn to provide enough heat for a home.