Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by TallMan_J, Oct 13, 2021 at 3:34 PM.
Might wanna invest in a lightly used generator for you up north folks
Might be a stupid question but I’ll shoot.
I have a ranch house with a basement. The entrance to the basement has a door. I know how air rises but it is significantly colder in the basement. Should I leave that door open or closed to make my house warmer?
House full of kerosene heaters
Of course, I'm just like any other human being just like you.
I had that issue when I was living in a raggedy ass apartment. I'm renting a home at this moment and haven't experience any poor air quality and black mold since I live here. Everything going well thus far
what will that do? them shyts run on fuel as well.
He might mean in case of power outages and or company's cutting natural gas to houses
Out here is illegal to disconnect the gas in the winter for non payment.
Yea you better pray it's not a bad winter up north because every time there is an influx of people moving down.
If your basement is unfinished, it's supposed to be the same temp as the outside. Are your heater and hot water tank located there as well?
It’s semi finished. Rarely go down there unless I need to grab something from down there. Both are located in the basement in room in the basement.
Is your heater a furnace or boiler? How old is it?
All electric in my house
You do this is happening in other countries too right?
i rather live in hell