Heating & Cooling projects
Improve Car Heating and Cooling With a New Cabin Air Filter
Save big money when you replace a cabin filter yourself. It's quick, easy and a screwdriver is the only tool you need. Don't have a…
Home Air Cooling Tips
Window air conditioners or central air aren't the only way to cool down a hot house. Check out these alternative solutions for making your house…
Do it right. Do it yourself.
The Family Handyman is proud to announce the DIY University. Courses that give you the confidence and know-how to get the job done right.
Efficient Heating: Duel-Fuel Heat Pump
In cold climates, dual-fuel heat pumps (different from heat pumps used in the South) replace your air conditioner and save you money for both…
Heat Reducing Window Film
Install special window films to reduce heat gain from sunlight or reduce heat loss in cold weather. It's a quick and easy task.
How Hydronic Radiant Floor Heating Works
If you want to add an addition but your furnace can't handle the additional load, think about installing hydronic radiant floor heating. This…
How to Install a Duct Booster Fan
Bring more heat to a cold room or more cool air to a hot room by installing a duct booster fan. Installation is simple, even if you have to…
Save Energy by Closing Heat Registers
It seems like a waste to heat unused rooms, but closing heat registers may actually increase heating costs, especially with newer systems.
How to Save Energy and Cut Cooling Costs
Keep cool and save money on air conditioning too. Here are the ten best ways to cut costs and improve your AC system.
Thermostat Not Working?
Does your house have to get really cold before the furnace kicks in, even though your thermostat is set to 68 degrees? You might need a new…
Electric vs. Hydronic Radiant Heat Systems
Choose the best infloor heating system. We cover the pros and cons of electric systems and hot water (hydronic) systems for comfort and space…
5 Things to Know About a Geothermal Heat Pump
We list the pros and cons of geothermal heating systems and help you decide whether this system is best for your home.