Cooling a room with a fan ...
Coming into a closed, hot room, which is more effective, trying to blow the hot air out, or trying to blow cool air in. With a window fan or a fan at an open door.
You need to create a current ... do what it takes. A fan at the window can work but what if it is 'boiling' outside? Opening a door and a window would be best in my opinion - get that air-flow moving ...
by Rah Ted 4 years ago
Can a portable air conditioner's exhaust be left in the room it's cooling down? Ground floor...room rental does not allow for window units or holes in wall.
by Isabella Snow 10 years ago
This is completely non-hub related, but since so many of you seem to be DIY experts, I thought I'd ask..Is there a special name for the windows you see on front doors?In particular, the kind that are protractor-shaped and take up maybe the top 25% of the door.. Are they just regular old windows, or...
by oldandwise 6 years ago
Many people like to leave their bedroom doors open at night. In the event of a fire, this could prove deadly. By keeping the door closed you will buy some time from heat, fire and smoke. If your excuse is small children, purchase monitors and close the doors. Keep in mind, the smoke will kill you...
by iloloa 12 months ago
What does it mean when a bird keeps tapping on the window trying to get in?This is a wild bird, not a pet. It is brown with a thin beak and the size of a blackbird.
by Captain Redbeard 6 years ago
My upstairs stays an unpleasent 102 degrees from about 2 pm till 9 pm when it begins to cool off to around 80. Any ideas on how to cool the upstairs? It's a cape cod style home so the ceiling is just the other side of the roof, no attic space between. Also no trees shade the roof so it bakes from...
by Faith Reaper 13 months ago
Why would our house alarm go off in the middle of the night (other than the obvious) ...Why would our house alarm go off in the middle of the night and it was saying a certain door was opened when everything was just fine and all was locked up tight? All the deadbolts were still locked and no...
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