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Changing Batteries in Your Thermostats Just Got Easier

Gregory

Check out this instructional video to learn how easy it can be to swap out the batteries in your thermostats! We’ll cover different common thermostats, and you’ll see just how simple and hassle-free it can be to change your batteries. From a basic Honeywell thermostat to a more advanced Honeywel…

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Add a Steam Shower to Your Bathroom

Sasha

Taking a shower is nice. Taking a steam shower is nicer. Mr. Steam and SupplyHouse.com now offer our customers the opportunity to enjoy the comfort of steam showers from the comfort of their own homes.   Steam showers are the embodiment of a holistic approach to health, having been known …

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Have a Port-A-Blast with Easy Coil Cleaning

Rosie

Are your evaporator coils looking grimy? Is the efficiency of your A/C unit dwindling because of dirt build-up? Do you need an easy, portable, and storeable solution?   SupplyHouse.com introduces you to a patented, professional, and durable coil-cleaning machine by Zephyr: The Port-A-Blas…

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Siemens SFA71U Electronic Valve Actuator Tutorial

Gregory

Siemens SFA Series 2-Position Normally Closed Electronic Valve Actuator (24 Vac) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJaWAYSSyaM   Used in heating and cooling HVAC systems, the SFA71U works with Siemens 599 Series Zone Valves.   The 24-volt SF series actuator is a 2-position…

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The Best Tools for Tackling Every Clog

Guest

Whether it’s water rising dangerously high in a toilet bowl or a child’s pronouncement that the bathtub water just won’t go down, discovering a clog is often the start of hours spent experimenting with coat hangers, plungers, and caustic chemicals. But the professionals know bet…

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Redefining Smart Thermostats: Johnson Controls GLAS

Tom

Johnson Controls first introduced the room thermostat well over a century ago. The release of the GLAS smart thermostat earlier this year marked an exciting new chapter in innovation. With a goal of creating a beautiful and functional thermostat that brings commercial technology to a residential …

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Unlocking the Honeywell T4 Pro Thermostat

Raquel

Have you ever accidentally locked your Honeywell T4 Pro Thermostat? Well, you've come to the right place! To help, we've put together a step-by-step video explaining the process of how you can unlock your Honeywell T4 Pro Thermostat!           Steps 1) Fr…

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In Hot Water: The Know Before You Buy Guide to Boilers

Nick B

Boilers are the most common heat source for a hydronic heating system.  They use natural gas, propane, oil, wood, or electricity to heat water or produce steam, depending on what is available.  Burning their fuel of choice, the system then circulates the heated water or steam through a network of…

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How to Replace an Anode Rod

Mark

Anode Rods Steel rusts and corrodes when exposed to water for extended periods of time.  This, along with the acidity of water, leaves water heaters vulnerable to a more rapid corrosion process and bad smelling water.   By installing an anode rod you can delay this process and extend …

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The One Tool Your Workshop Is Probably Missing

Guest

Even if you pride yourself on your well-equipped workshop with every state-of-the-art tool you need for construction projects or car repairs, there’s one piece of equipment that’s easy to overlook: the work light.  Because a dedicated work light doesn’t perform a specific task like…

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AC SmartSeal Quick Shot

Emily

  AC SmartSeal Quick Shot is the newest technology from Cool Air Products.  This eco-friendly solution does not require system pump down.  The re-usable injection hose will last for multiple doses and is operator friendly.  This product is ideal for direct pinhole repairs and the prevention…

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Pump It Up: Moving Water The Right Way

Nick B

Pumps, or circulators, are used in hydronic systems to move water through the system at a desired rate.  There are many important factors to consider when purchasing a pump, such as GPM, head range, voltage, and horsepower.   Two Quick Terms -GPM - An acronym for “gallons per minute,…

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