Question about Heating & Cooling
I have went rounds with the 5 different landlords we have had in past 3 years about the rent and no landlord on prem...talked to thier sup about month they said didn't pay but still getting herassed and notices
Are you asking for help to pay your rent ON TIME???
Posted on Oct 09, 2017
Hello Crhystal, Sorry to say that I have no more idea about the eviction process. Some days before my uncle faced some problem in Las Vegas by landlords and by the help of Rocket Eviction, his problem was solved. From him I got some idea that Three-Day Notices can also be served if the tenant is subletting in violation of the lease. If the tenant fails to comply with the Three-Day Notice, the landlord can then serve a 5-Day Unlawful Detainer Notice, which demands the tenant to vacate within 5 days. Anyone have more idea plz share your view here and continue discussion. Hope you benefited by this.
Posted on Oct 09, 2017
Renting property is different from state to state, but a 3 day eviction notice is way below the minimum days allowed. My advice would be to look at your state's renting eviction policies to get full information about how to go about this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry, neither of these answers are completely correct.
You have a heat pump (or the wrong thermostat). Let's assume you have a heat pump.
In air conditioning mode, it works like every air conditioner you have ever had, but...
In heat mode, it reverses its operation. Have you ever felt the air coming out of the outdoor unit of your A/C unit? It's hot, isn't it. And the air coming out of the indoor unit (out of the registers) is cold. Now for a heat pump to produce heat it simply runs the air conditioner in reverse and the heat comes out in the house and the cold is released outside. Neat, huh!
Here's the problem with heat pumps...when it is really cold outside the heat pump can't produce enough heat to heat your home. So it has an additional heat source called "Auxiliary Heat". This heat comes on automatically when the house doesn't get warm enough. The source of this heat is based on the region of the country you are in. North/Northeast generally have oil heat, other regions have gas, and still others have to use electricity to heat. In Texas, we usually use electricity as the supplementary heat on heat pumps. VERY EXPENSIVE!
Now the "Emergency Heat"...this is exactly as stated in Solution #2. This is manually turned on by YOU at the thermostat when your heat pump fails. This turns on the auxilliary heaters and turns off the heat pump (remember, the reverse air conditioner). Again, this can be quite expensive to run if your heat source uses electricity! Gas and oil may be cheaper. The emergency heat is only designed (normally) to keep the house livable (not comfortable) until the Heating Tech can get out to you and fix your heat pump.
Something else you should know. It is normal for a heat pump's outdoor coil to frost up during heating mode. It will detect this and go into DEFROST mode and melt the frost off the coil. While it is doing this, it will turn on the auxilliary heater to keep the air blowing in the house at a reasonable "warm" temperature, but it will not be as hot as normal. In fact, heat pumps produce a lower temperature heat than traditional heaters. So the air may feel cooler during heating than you are use to anyway. This is normal and is not a sign of a problem.
So what do you do: Set your thermostat to the temperature you want and set the controls for HEAT/COOL and FAN-AUTO/ON and leave the EMERG HEAT off unless your heat pump breaks.
As always, keep your filters clean and your outdoor unit's coils clean and free of debris.
Hope this explains your question for you!
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
is air blowing through the registers but it is not hot?
Gas or electric?
IF gas it could just be a pilot light went out, older furnaces need to be manually re-lit. Newer ones should do it by themselves.
IF elec. could just be the circuit breaker flipped and needs to be reset.
But you live in a rental, that is why you pay them monthly payments. They are, by law responsible to provide a clean, working home. They have to provide, (1) recepticle of running water, (1) toilet and or shower/bath, and HEAT. Call them, and have a professional take care of it.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
the electrician might be able to help somewhat but an hvac tech is the person to call. It sounds like you have multiple issues if the thermostat is acting up that bad replace it!! but that wont stop the noise from the furnace thats either the blower wheel or the motor. ive seen filters get sucked in the blower wheels and destroy them then they make a buch of noise. if the filter hadn't been changed in a few years then the motor is probably going bad. you could check to make sure there is nothing in the blower wheel. make sure the power is off open the bottom compartment of the furnace use a flashlight and look around then stick your hand in there and feel around, if there were animals before sometimes a blanket of hair can develop on the blower wheel. make sure you dont touch the capacitor which looks like a little siver can near the blower motor it can shock you even with the power off. good luck
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
SOURCE: HI, we have Gas people
the gas people simply need to know where your gas appliance are. hot water heater, boiler, furnace, oven. A lot of gas equipment today, don't have pilots, they have electric igniters.
The don't want to turn on your gas and you have a leak, so they want to see that your gas appliances are working.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2011
SOURCE: bought air conditioner unit now
since there was a recall for the coils contact the manufacturer and speak with them, as they should send/pay for a repairer to fix the problem. Hope this helped Tim
Posted on May 22, 2011
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