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What is the best, most money saving space heater? Infrared, ceramic, mica, oil-filled
Here are the rooms/applications I recommend for the different types of space heaters: Ceramic Space Heaters: https://amzn.to/2xRAxRj - Small ones are good for personal spaces like an office desk or cubicle. Larger ones are good for large rooms like family room, living room, garage etc. The fan can be loud so keep that in mind. Oil Filled Radiator Heaters: https://amzn.to/2NX0h8I - Use this type of space heater in a small to medium sized enclosed room that you are in for long periods of time like a bedroom. It is noiseless and ideal for maintaining a temperature. Good for when you are sleeping. Infrared Heaters: https://amzn.to/2NTI10b - Use these in larger or open areas. Make sure to point it to where people are. These type of heaters often look like furniture so they work well in a living, family, or dining room. They usually have a fan so you will have noise as an issue. Mica Panel Heaters: https://amzn.to/2NaRACp - Because of its versatility, this is probably my favorite style of space heater. It is noiseless, and lightweight. This will work well for any room and for large open spaces (though a parabolic heater, or heater with a fan is probably a better candidate for open spaces). Parabolic Space Heaters: https://amzn.to/2NfsP87 - The room type/size does not really matter much for this; use this for when you don't plan on moving around a lot. Watching TV, working on a workbench, etc (Note: I did not talk about this type of space heater in my video but I did use this type primarily when I was living in China. It is quite bright, so I would use this as a double for a light bulb. It heats up you and not so much the room, so if you move around the room a lot, this probably would not be the recommended style of space heater). Here are the space heaters I showed in this video: Mica - http://amzn.to/2lcrUtU || Infrared - https://amzn.to/2FejqKe || Ceramic - https://amzn.to/2vI0Iey || Oil-Filled - https://amzn.to/2HWFk7L The Experiment: Over the course of several months, I tested the room in the morning using various heaters. I tested the increase of temperature over an hour. The Results: The results were varied and a bit surprising. Basically, the more energy the heater used, the more it would heat the room (I guess that is your basic common sense). I found that heating a room as fast as possible is the best way to minimize cost. The best heater you can get for saving money is the one that gets the room hot the fasted. For me this turned out to be the mica and infrared heaters. Conclusion: Basically, there is no best heater. You need to find a heater that suits your needs. For me this was the mica heater. This is quiet and hot and was able to heat my room as fast as the infrared heater which is also good. I have seen ceramic heaters that work just as well as this. Here is the spreadsheet I used: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Z5NrSiRgRi50oaE5BFHO7CtZ-l3nju9k_Co8lDNBWPQ/edit?usp=sharing A note about the spreadsheet. I used the spreadsheet to organize my data and I don't have all the notes and readings that I originally had; hopefully this spreadsheet helps explain what I was testing though. - - - - - - - - - - Visit http://www.TutorialGeek.net/ for more tutorials and reviews ================================== Music Credit: Santo Rico by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ Intro Credit: https://www.youtube.com/user/Alexbau01/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Amazon Affiliates Disclaimer:TutorialGeek is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com
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3 Inexpensive Heating Tips: Save Money on your Power Bill
Here I share 3 cheap ways to bring your winter heating bills down. I will show you examples of what I use in my own house and discuss how well they actually work. I share some unknown tricks using large bubble wrap, dryer heat recovery devices, and humiditifiers to save big money on your power bills. Here is the link to the best deal on bubble wrap I've found: http://amzn.to/2gfUaXr For FREE Access to my private and unlisted videos, sign up at http://www.TarrinLupo.com Music Title Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
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How to Heat Your Room for 15 Cents a Day
cheap way to heat a small room
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Shop Heating Options
For the full article, go here: http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/shop-heating-options/ Shop heating is a new thing for me. I had to do some research and make a few compromises before finally settling on my shop heating solution. Here's a rundown of the things I considered as well as my justifications for what I have. Special thanks to my fellow woodworkers on Facebook for supplying me with images of their shop heating solutions. Here are the two units I installed: Fahrenheat FUH54 - http://amzn.to/2iO2NhE Fahrenheat FUH724 - http://amzn.to/2imiYjf Check out our main Woodworking channel for projects and techniques: http://youtube.com/thewoodwhisperer Check out our website: http://thewoodwhisperer.com Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodwhisperer
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Top 5 Tiny House Heating Options for Winter Living - Off Grid & On Grid
We're sharing the best options for heating a tiny house, the pros and cons of each heat source, and the product links below if you want to learn more! Thumbnail photo by Donald Lebel from Domaine Floravie! Domaine Floravie is an incredible tiny house resort on the shore of the St Lawrence River near Rimouski, Quebec. To learn more, visit their website here: www.domainefloravie.com Choosing a heating option for your tiny house can be overwhelming. There are so many options out there! To start, you'll want to ensure you have a well insulated tiny house, and an HRV system (heat recovery ventilation) to ensure you're always getting fresh air in your house without losing precious heat energy. Next, you'll want to use a BTU (British Thermal Unit) calculator to enter the climate and volume details for your tiny house so you can find out how big or small your heating system needs to be. At this point, it's a good idea to also decide if you want to be on the grid, off the grid, or have the ability to do both. Once you have this information, you can start considering options like a wood stove or fireplace, a propane heater, electric baseboard or wall heater, a solar air heater, or in-floor radiant heat. We've included links below for the heating systems we've seen used in tiny houses we've visited over the past few years. We're not sponsored by any of these companies. EcoSolaris Solar Air Heater https://ecosolaris.com/en/solar-air-heater/ Martin Propane Heater http://www.bismar.com/en/produits.php?cat_id=21 Dickinson Marine Propane Fireplace http://dickinsonmarine.com/product_cat/propane-fireplace-heaters/ Envi Electric Panel Heater https://www.eheat.com/categories/Wall-Mounted-Electric-Panel-Heaters/ Cubic Mini Woodstove https://cubicminiwoodstoves.com/ Morso Wood Burning Stoves https://morsoe.com/int/indoor Electric Ceramic Wall Heater https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/search.html?q=Amaze%20Heater#!q=Amaze Heater Nu Electric In-Floor Heating http://www.nuheat.com/products/find-floor-heating-you-need Lunos HRV (heat recovery ventilation) http://www.lunoscanada.com/ Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle ------------------------------------------------------------- SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL! ------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you to all of our Patrons who support us so generously and a very special thank you to our backbone supporters: The Burgess Family! If you like our videos, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/exploringalternatives ------------------------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH! ------------------------------------------------------------- Blog: www.exploringalternatives.ca Facebook: /exploringalternativesblog Instagram: @exploringalternatives ------------------------------------------------------------- SUBTITLES AND CLOSED CAPTIONS ------------------------------------------------------------- A very special thank you to our subtitle and closed captions contributors! If you would like to contribute subtitles or closed captions to an Exploring Alternatives video, please click here to see which ones need your help: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UC8EQAfueDGNeqb1ALm0LjHA&tab=2 To learn how to create and submit subtitles and closed captions, check out this YouTube info page: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6054623 If you would like credit for your subtitles, translation, or closed captions in the description of the video, please email us with your full name, the language of your translation, and the video title that you worked on. You can email us at: [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------- SPONSORS ------------------------------------------------------------- We occasionally include paid sponsor messages/integrations in our videos to help fund the channel. We do our best to work with companies and organizations that offer products or services that are in line with our values, and that we think would be interesting and useful to our viewers. We will always disclose if we’re promoting products that were given to us for free, or if we’re including a sponsored message in our video. For business or sponsorship inquiries, please email us at [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------- VIDEO CREDITS ------------------------------------------------------------- Music & Song Credits: All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat of Exploring Alternatives
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RV Heating Options: PROS & CONS
Propane furnace? Electric heat pumps? Hydronic system? Space heater? What's the best way to stay warm in an RV? It all depends on the temperature and how & where you RV. Don't know whether to fire up the propane furnace or plug in the portable space heater? Is it too cold to run your heat pumps? Will your plumbing freeze if you make the wrong choice? Here's a detailed look at the most common types of RV heat and the pros & cons of each. If you like to start the camping season early and end it late, or just buck the trend and head for a cold climate, these tips will help you sort through the benefits and limitations of the most common RV heating choices. FEATURED & RELATED PRODUCTS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON: Electric space heaters: http://amzn.to/2DXcMYN Mr. Heater Propane Ceramic Heater: http://amzn.to/2Eaytbs Kozy World Infrared Propane Heater: http://amzn.to/2EAhnkR Kozy World Heater Feet Kit: http://amzn.to/2DYbixC Camco Propane Tee: http://amzn.to/2BS06kc (same as our Extend-a-Stay, it allows you to connect to an external propane tank… and your barbecue grill) RECENT & RELATED VIDEOS: How to RV in the Winter: http://youtu.be/n5RGlcLSrM4 Connecting to External Propane: http://youtu.be/jovTYfltUO0 RV Buried in 2 feet of snow: http://youtu.be/BxOXapeYTMQ Winterizing RV Water lines: http://youtu.be/fyjFAFFe7xs Motorhome Block Heater: http://youtu.be/PaRdWKcf4Yk The piano music is my own performance of Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag from 1899. WONDERING WHAT'S THE BEST GEAR TO USE ON YOUR RV? Here's all of our favorite equipment that we use ourselves and recommend to friends: http://thervgeeks.com/our-favorite-gear/ Join us at http://TheRVgeeks.com for more great RVing content! Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks. Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done. We're handy RVers, not professional technicians. We're happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk. We sometimes receive products for evaluation at no cost, and The RVgeeks participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. But our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny, and we only link to products we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe!
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Installing the simplest/most affordable Tiny House Heater
10% off discount code "Deek2017" at http://www.eheat.com Whether its for supplemental heat, heating a small home, tiny house, or a getaway cabin/cottage, the Envi heater is something to certainly consider. Derek "Deek" Diedricksen takes you through the incredibly simple installation of an electric heater that is frequently seen and used in the tiny house scene. Check out Deek's Book "Microshelters" HERE: http://amzn.to/2DoSd78 Deek's Hands-On Tiny House/Green Building Workshops- http://www.relaxshacks.com
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NEW Flower Pot Heater - Costs Just 4 Cents An Hour To Run...
Simple, effective, cheap heater alternative to keep you warm this winter... Additional Video Notes: - COST: Costs mentioned in the video are base on Australian prices for Ikea candles - The may be cheaper/more expensive elsewhere - TIME: It takes about and hour to make a noticeable difference on overall room temperature. But sitting next to it makes a huge difference. e.g. if you're working at your desk, sit it next to you - MODIFICATIONS: The version shown in the video doesn't have any holes in the the top for the warm air to escape like many others on shown Youtube do. I have tried both configurations and my conclusion is that both options work well, but have slightly different applications -- No holes version gets hotter and therefore is better if you are sitting next to it as you get more radiant heat -- With holes version lets some of the hot air escape out the top and therefore fills the room with hot air, and is thus better for heating a larger area. - OTHER LINKS -- How to make a halving Joint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGfI4GRjm40
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What is the Cheapest Way to Heat a Home?
What is the cheapest way to heat a home? In theory, a wood stove is. You just pull in dead wood from the back yard or tear down decrepit buildings for fuel. But you don't think it is the cheapest. The EPA passed rules in 2014 that make wood stoves have to meet incredibly high particulate standards. That made the cost of new wood stoves skyrocket You can make a wood stove out of a metal barrel. But it isn't very efficient, and you have to be careful of the carbon monoxide it can put out. What's another cheap option? I suppose using all your pets as bed warmers isn't your first choice. Do you know how much pet food costs these days? You might want to consider natural gas heaters. You can even get a natural gas fire place. My mom's natural gas bill was higher than her electric bill a few years ago. Thanks to fracking, the cost of natural gas is coming down. It's becoming really cheap. Except for the risk of an exploding house. Or the water contamination. Fracking does not contaminate the water, but it does cause earthquakes. What's another option? Heating oil used to be cheap, but now it costs a fortune. And that was before the Polar Vortices crimped the market. I've heard of people using propane to heat their homes. Propane costs as much or more than heating oil. Actually, in many places, they are equally hard on the pocketbook. Then I'm down to electricity, but that's expensive. Get small room heaters to supplement the main electric heater, then use those for the rooms you're in instead of cranking up the heat for the whole house. I wish solar heating were practical, but that's almost as much of a joke as trudging outside to scrape the ice off the solar cells. Running your clothes dryer exhaust back into the house and letting the hot air from the stove heat up the kitchen after you've been baking are more practical than solar heating in today's winters.
Views: 9236 FamilyCheapskate
What Is The Cheapest Way To Heat A Swimming Pool?
http://www.SwimmingPoolSteve.com - What is the cheapest way to heat a swimming pool? The potential options include natural gas or propane heaters, electric heat pumps, or solar pool heaters. This video explains the application of each of these heaters and provides a potentially better, and cheaper way than any of these options.
Views: 35083 Swimming Pool Steve
Cheap Heat for Van Living
This is the second in a series on how to heat your car, van or RV when you live in them. We began with spending a bunch of money and using up a bunch of room with either a MR. Heater Portable Buddy or an Olympian Wave Catalytic Heater. Today we look at another choice which is to use a Coleman 1-Burner Propane Stove for heat. I've been doing it for more than 15 years without any problem and I am going to continue to do so. However, this is going to be a "Do as I say, not as I do video!" Every safety expert will tell you using a propane stove for heat is dangerous, unsafe, and potentially fatal!! IT CAN KILL YOU!!! And, they are right!! So I do not recommend you do this, I can only tell you that I have weighed the risks for myself and I am willing to take the risks--YOU SHOULD NOT!!! IF YOU DO, YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR WEIGHING THE RISKS AND LIVING WITH THE CONSEQUENCES!! No matter how cheap your budget, you can learn something from this video about vandwelling and how to turn your car, van, caravan or RV into a surprisingly cheap and mobile, tiny house on wheels! Then you can live the life of your dreams by adopting a minimalist, simple and frugal life of travel and adventure as a gypsy, nomad, traveler or even a prepper by dropping out of the Rat Race and becoming a full-time Vandweller or RVerr, @vanlife. ----------------------------- Be aware that I am an Amazon affiliate, and by using these links I will make a small percentage of your purchase, even if you buy something else--and it won't cost you anything! ---------------------- HEATERS: Coleman 1-Burner Propane Stove: http://amzn.to/2koRBdl Adapter Hose for Stove: http://amzn.to/2jUYPlv Splatter Guard for Stove: http://amzn.to/2iWkm0Q Hot water Bottle: http://amzn.to/2AuKRAQ Olympian Wave 3: http://amzn.to/2ija2vV Olympian Wave 8: http://amzn.to/2kmvFPS Hose/Regulator for Olympian: http://amzn.to/2A2OvD3 Legs for Olympian Heaters: http://amzn.to/2jN02Lx Mr. Heater Big Buddy Heater: http://amzn.to/2A1Yad1 Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Heater http://amzn.to/2zk13kX Mr. Heater Adaptor Hose: http://amzn.to/2A1tXdV Mr. Buddy Heater Filter: http://amzn.to/2ihcItR 2 1/2 Gallon (11pounds) Propane Tanks: http://amzn.to/2jMrlFP 1 Gallon Propane Tank: http://amzn.to/2nwdCbx ---------------------- SOLAR: Renogy 30 amp Solar Controller Adventurer: http://amzn.to/2jtq2eQ WindyNation 100-Watt Flexible Solar Panel: http://amzn.to/2iZv7Mu 30 Foot 10 gauge MC4 Cables: http://amzn.to/2AdOAmD In-Line Fuse Holder, 10 gauge: http://amzn.to/2BxgRCs MC4 Connectors http://amzn.to/2tjgbQs EcoWorthy 120-Watt Portable, Solar Suitcase: http://amzn.to/2z5d4v9 Optima Deep Cycle Battery: http://amzn.to/2qKQDG6 Renogy 200-Watt solar kit: http://amzn.to/2tjFEct Renogy 100 Watt Portable Solar Kit: http://amzn.to/2pMTIbK Gland to cover hole: http://amzn.to/2urkmtk Xantrex 2000 Watt Pure Sine Inverter: http://amzn.to/2u54tYT ---------------------- COOK--BATHROOM--BEDROOM--MISC. Coleman 2-Burner Stove: http://amzn.to/2qhqNud Dometic 28 Quart 12-Volt compressor Fridge: http://amzn.to/2pf4dDS Luggable Loo Portable Toilet: http://amzn.to/2pff8xi Luci Light: http://amzn.to/2qpnXCo Coleman Folding Oven: http://amzn.to/2oUSwUr WeBoost Drive 4G Cell/Data Booster for RVs: http://amzn.to/2zmAhsS Sunflair Portable Solar Oven: http://amzn.to/2qByURv Genji Pop-Up Instant Tent: http://amzn.to/2u8kVVe Thermarest Basecamp Self-Inflating, Insulated Sleeping Pad: http://amzn.to/2tcaseh Spot GPS: http://amzn.to/2rfjQN2 InReach Communicator http://amzn.to/2quCfSE Fantastic Fan--Reversible: http://amzn.to/2sl3Bzv Install Kit w/ Butyl Tape & Screws: http://amzn.to/2sfOjew Dicor Lap Sealant: http://amzn.to/2rj32FY Vent Cover: http://amzn.to/2raZbH1 Portable black tank tote: http://amzn.to/2uWDgWG Curt Hitch Haul: http://amzn.to/2wkmQYr ---------------------- MINI-USB-SOLAR: Balight 28 watt folding solar panel: http://amzn.to/2y0NpBC Suakoi 14 watt folding solar panel: http://amzn.to/2y10Wcr RAVPower USB Battery Bank: http://amzn.to/2yJlR7q Anker USB Battery Bank: http://amzn.to/2lcbjZF
Views: 641093 CheapRVliving
Low Cost Energy Efficient Heating and Cooling Comfort Options All Year!
MyEnergyEfficientHouse.com: The colder months are here once again for many. Save Money on Your Heating and Electric Bills. Our site is a resource for Low Cost Energy Efficient Heating and Cooling Comfort Options all year! For the colder months we have energy-efficient heaters, heating solutions, solar power, Energy Efficient generators and other natural energy-saving options. Heaters include Wall Panel Heaters, Energy Efficient Electric Fireplaces, Outdoor Heating, Portable Fireplaces, Heaters for Power Outages, Gas Heaters, Solar Panels and more. The warm weather doesn't mean you should forget about being energy-efficient. Quite the contrary and we offer several possibilities to accomplish this, save money and best of all...Stay Cool and Comfortable. We offer Low Cost Energy-Efficient Cooling Options. So Save Money on Your Cooling, Heating and Electric Bills. Our site is your resource for energy efficient cooling and heating solutions and other natural energy-saving options.
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3 Cheap Ways to Heat Your Swimming Pool
On this episode we’re talking about 3 ways to keep your pool water warm to make the season just a little longer. Download your copy of the Pool Care Handbook and use the promo code VIDEO to get $5 off https://www.swimuniversity.com/pool-care-handbook/
Views: 361304 Swim University
Inexpensive Heating Options For Making Lost Wax Casting Models
In this video, Professor John Ahr of the Online Jewelry Academy provides viewers with information about some basic heating tools commonly used to prepare lost wax models. If you are just beginning to explore lost wax casting, the information in this video will help you to select a heat source for your work. There are many wax pens and heating devices available to jewelers. But, the simple tools described in this video will help you to get the job done for a very small investment. If you like this video there are many more like it included in the Online Jewelry Academy's playlist. You can find the OJA's videos organized by category on our website at: http://www.onlinejewelryacademy.com Subscribers to the OJA's YouTube channel have the option to receive regular notification of new OJA video releases. So, why not subscribe now? Be sure to click on the bell next to the subscribe button to turn on weekly notifications. Don't forget to look for the OJA on: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/JewelryAcademy/ Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/onlinejewelryacademy/ Twitter - http://twitter.com/@jewelryacademy And, you can support the production of future OJA videos by making a monthly contribution at: http://www.Patreon.com/onlinejewelryacademy.
Views: 7584 OnlineJewelryAcademy
Best DIY Home Heating : Cheap, Easy
Wendy Tremayne shows how easy it is to open and close curtains for passive solar heating. Her home heating bill has never exceeded $45 for a 1,100 square foot uninsulated trailer. The night time temperature that this film was made was down to 6F with windchill and day time high was only 36F. No heating was required during the day and the home heating unit only kicked on 3 times for 15 minute runs during the night to maintain a stable 60F indoor temperature.
Views: 671020 The Good Life Lab
Home heating options, tips and costs
Fuel prices are on the rise once again, and cooler weather is on the way. 22News is working for you with how to heat your home for less.
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How to Build a Heat Box for $6, Heat your Home Free
The EPA, and Mother Earth, have expressed interest in "Passive Solar Heat Box" units for home and commercial building heating. We decided to build one, 4.5' by 6.5' to check it out. Using old 2 x 4's, some polycarbonate panels we had in storage, we built a box, spray painted screen wire black, tacked aluminum foil on the back wall of the box. When the sunlight came through the polycarbonate, it hit the "black" screen wire, and some of the light hit the aluminum foil and that reflected back creating more heat. We cut a hole in the bottom of the back wall and a hole in the top, and sealed it all tight with silicone. To our amazement, after only 10 minutes in the sun, the box was throwing out a breeze of hot air (130 to 140 degrees F) while the temperature outside was 78 degrees. We tested it several times and even when few clouds passed by, managed a 40 to 60 degree spread. We have been told that if you add bottles of anti-freeze, or rocks, in the unit (would take a larger, deeper unit) that the heat will keep on for about 6 hours after the sun goes down. I plan to put a little solar powered fan on mine to get even more volume of air. I have a basement that is hard to keep warm. It is always 30 degrees cooler than any other room in the house, and I'm going to "Passive solar" heat my "man cave". In this case, the EPA, and MOTHER EARTH NEWS had a great idea. We know there are commercial units available out there, but it was fun building something, especially something that worked. If your house or commercial buildings have energy efficiency units they sell for more, have higher occupancy, and higher rents. The also appraise for more. Put one of these on your Green House and you can heat it even more, and grow vegetables all winter. See: http:www.cornucopia-enterprise.com Give us a call: www.benboothe.com, or www.environment-soultions.com 800-379-8048. Directions: 1. Build wood frame 2. Put aluminum foil on inside of back 3. Install wire screen 2" above the foil 4, Cover the entire frame with polycarbonate to allow the sun to come in hit the foil and reflect and concentrate the heat on the "black wire". 5. Cut a hole at the top of the back wall and another at the bottom of the front polycarbonate wall. 6. Cut a vent hole to match each in your wall, be sure you use an AC vent that can be opened or closed seasonally. 7. If you want to control the speed of the air, install a fan to pull or push the air through.
Views: 526453 Ben Boothe Sr.
Geothermal: How to DIY for cheap!
This is how I added a 2.5 ton geothermal unit onto my furnace so I can heat and cool my house for cheap.
Views: 103590 Just Joe
Electric Snow Melting system installed in an Asphalt Driveway
Learn more about our snow melting systems here: https://www.warmlyyours.com/snow-melting/driveway?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_content=X7D9mW01hjg_description&utm_medium=referral&referral_code=L2F1DU The tire-tracks format for snow melting systems greatly reduces operating cost and energy consumption. Plus, the system only needs to run when it's snowing. Not sure where to start? Get an Instant Quote: https://www.warmlyyours.com/my_instant_quote_rooms/go/select_project_details/outdoor/driveway?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_content=X7D9mW01hjg_description&utm_medium=referral&referral_code=L2F1DU Snowy winters can be a pain, especially when you have to shovel and salt your driveway, patio, walkway, or stairs all season long. But with our snow melting solutions, you can stay comfortable inside and let the pavement do the work for you. We offer a selection of snow melting systems that heat driveways, patios, walkways, or stairs and can be installed in asphalt, concrete, or under pavers in mortar.
Views: 1390867 WarmlyYours
Options for heating your home
Find out what options are available to heat your home today. Learn about what they cost and how to get the most energy efficient model for your money.
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Endless hot water without electricity!
http://practicalpreppers.com/ I built a water heater out of used parts and used a Stovetec Rocket stove to start the thermo siphoning process. Coil vid ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-l-lMKlVFpA SilverFire Survivor Stove- https://practicalpreppers.com/online-shop/cooking-solutions/silverfire-survivor-rocket-stove-detail-view Watch More Engineer775: Subscribe - https://goo.gl/IFNTXv Recent Uploads - https://goo.gl/sssfSp Live Videos - https://goo.gl/gcTR4H Product Reviews - https://goo.gl/pTnNMj My Website - https://www.practicalpreppers.com/ My Book - https://goo.gl/X0Gr6R My EMP Home Improvement DVD - https://goo.gl/YjAIbt Contact Me – [email protected] Social Networks Facebook - https://goo.gl/ANJxY5 Instagram - https://goo.gl/8zH0xN Twitter - https://goo.gl/2C6hSa Linkedin - https://goo.gl/70GTZ3 Need A Consultation. Fill out this form and email it to me. https://goo.gl/D2SZxG or online at https://www.practicalpreppers.com/consultation
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What is best most efficient energy source for a heating system?
Hi. My name is John Marcelo owner of Air Rite Hvac, right here on beautiful Cape Cod Massachusetts. We have created a series of videos on heating ventilation and air conditioning to help you better understand and answer any question you might have about upgrade, installation, service and maintenance. Let's talk about equipment now. If you have electric baseboard heat you basically do not have equipment at all, you just using electricity to heat your baseboard it is easy and cheap to install, but you are spending a lot of electricity every month. If you have a forced hot water baseboard heating system, it may look like a electrical baseboard but the difference is it uses hot water instead of a electrical resistance. In this case you have a boiler in your basement that uses oil or natural gas to heat up that water and do the heating. This is a much more efficient way of heating, but not the best. Now, If you have warm air coming from floor grills, wall grills or ceiling grills that means you have duct work and you have a central forced warm air system. You also have a furnace that burns oil or gas and circulates that warm air throughout your house to do the heating. With the right upgrades this system can control not only temperature but also humidity and the air quality inside your home making this kind of system the best heating system Thanks for watching. I hope you liked this video If you need a free estimate on upgrade, installation, service or repair of heating and Air conditioning systems please visit us at AirRiteCapeCod.com or call us at 774 521 9371 Thank you
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Tankless Water Heater 3 Things to Know
"Risinger Goes Rogue" on tankless water heaters. Here are some tips you need to know about them before you install. Assemble your own kit for flushing out your Tankless with these parts. Pump http://amzn.to/16vJprP Hose Kit http://amzn.to/193Z7YI and any 5 Gallon Bucket http://amzn.to/1gkAGdr https://www.MattRisinger.com https://www.Instagram.com/RisingerBuild/ https://www.Facebook.com/RisingerHomes/
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MyEnergyEfficientHeater.com: The Best Low Cost Energy-Saving Heaters
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How I heat my garage or shop in Cold Canada Cheap
MY BOILER VIDEO https://youtu.be/52_k3S79EGs Any questions just ask! Video of boiler is now uploaded. I love having an outdoor wood boiler. We dont have natural gas in our area, you have the choice of oil or propane, but both require tanks, and of course electric. Electric heat is most common around here.
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A DIY Tiny House Heater
A simple, DIY heating solution that will cost you pennies per day. This heater uses two clay pots as the stove and tea lights as the fuel. Of course, when dealing with open flames always use extreme caution and use at your own risk, but the amount of heat this little heating setup produces is pretty darn surprising. For more DIY, money-saving and alternative-living tips (as well as new tiny and small houses listed for sale daily) be sure to visit http://tinyhouselistings.com.
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MyEnergyEfficientHouse.com: Low Cost Energy-Efficient Cooling Options for Summer!
The warm weather doesn't mean you should forget about being energy-efficient. Quite the contrary and we offer several possibilities to accomplish this, save money and best of all...Stay Cool and Comfortable. We offer Low Cost Energy-Efficient Cooling Options. Save Money on Your Cooling, Heating and Electric Bills. Our site is a resource for energy efficient cooling and heating solutions and other natural energy-saving options. What are the most energy-efficient cooling options? We offer several types from energy efficient air conditioners that are for your window and some portable indoor/outdoor air coolers as well as alternatives to ACs like the low cost and powerful Air Circulator Fans and Air Coolers. Heaters include Wall Panel Heaters, Energy Efficient Electric Fireplaces, Portable Fireplaces, Heaters for Power Outages, Gas Heaters, Solar Panels and more
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Geothermal Heat Pump Systems by TerraSource Geothermal
According to the EPA, TERRASource geothermal systems can save 40 percent to 70 percent on home-heating and 30 percent to 50 percent on home-cooling costs over conventional systems.
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Best Low Cost Tiny House Alternative - The Mongolian Yurt
We met up with Rivkah from Groovy Yurts (www.groovyyurts.com) to learn about the traditional hand-painted yurts (gers) they import directly from Mongolia, and we also helped her team set one up at the Tiny House Festival this summer. It was more work than we thought it would be but it was totally worth it when we finally stepped inside the beautiful structure. Mat and I both love the round shape of a yurt, and the natural light that pours in from the skylight dome in the center. We also really appreciate that these yurts are made from 100% natural & renewable resources. The wall lattice (khana), the roof ring (toono), and the rafters (uni) are built from sustainably harvested wood (Groovy Yurts plants 35 trees for every yurt sold). The cotton liner and outside cover are made from cotton (less sustainable but still natural and renewable), the insulation is made from sheep's wool felt, the ropes that tie the yurt together are made from braided horse hair, and the lattice joints are held together with pieces of camel hide. It took us no time at all to set up the walls of the yurt into a perfect circle. The tricky part was making sure the centre ring was actually centred so that the rafters could fit into the notches at the top of the lattice walls, and into the notches in the centre ring. In less than a few hours, we helped set up a house that was cozy and warm, all natural, and that provided ample natural daylight. We couldn't get over how easy it was to make a yurt compared to building a tiny house or a conventional home. And it was so much cheaper, too! Obviously the materials that a yurt are made of will not last as long as a conventional home, but they can still last a very long time if they're properly cared for. Rivkah was telling us that in Mongolia, they expect a yurt to last 100 years, with repairs and maintenance of course. In some of North America's wetter climates, yurts of any kind (natural and synthetic) can experience moisture issues if they are not regularly occupied and heated to keep them dry. To combat this moisture issue, Groovy Yurts offers the option of including an additional waterproof layer between the canvas and the insulation to avoid moisture seeping into the structure. Mongolian yurts are hand-painted and are usually red or orange inside to symbolize the sun shining over the Mongolian steppe. They are traditionally heated with a wood stove that is also used for cooking. Since Mongolian people have a deep respect for the earth, they prefer not to tie their homes down to the earth. Instead, they will use a rope and attach it to something heavy, like their wood stove or a heavy rock to prevent it from being damaged by high winds. Yurts (also known as Gers) are impressively simple yet efficient little structures with a lot of character. We hope you have fun learning more about them in this video. For more information about Groovy Yurts, visit their website here: http://www.groovyyurts.com/en/ Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle ------------------------------------------------------------- SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL! ------------------------------------------------------------ If you like our videos, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/exploringalternatives ------------------------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH! ------------------------------------------------------------ Blog: www.exploringalternatives.ca Facebook: /exploringalternativesblog Instagram: @exploringalternatives ------------------------------------------------------------- VIDEO CREDITS ------------------------------------------------------------ Music & Song Credits: All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat of Exploring Alternatives
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Heating Your RV Van CHEAP
Hey YouTubers! So, I know it's a little late for this one. Because summer is right around the corner. But this will be something to play with and tweak over the summer to prepare for the winter. I hope you like it. Thanks for watching! Comment and subscribe!
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MyEnergyEfficientHeater.com: The Best Low Cost Energy-Saving Heaters
MyEnergyEfficientHeater.com: The Best Low Cost Energy-Saving Heaters. There's many low cost heating solutions on the market these days that promote green living. Traditional Fireplaces and Pellet or Wood Stoves can be nice but not easy to install, maintain, use. We have energy-efficient heaters that offer many benefits including You Save $$ They Are Easy To Install They Are Generally Much Safer They Require Less Maintenance Low Purchase Price So let our site help you, your family and pets enjoy a warm comfortable winter. Our site is a resource for energy-efficient heaters, heating solutions and other natural energy-saving options. We have many types of energy-saving heaters including: Wall Panel Heaters Fan Oscillating Dish Heaters Energy Efficient Space Heaters Energy Efficient Electric Fireplaces Heaters for Power Outages Energy-Efficient Gas Heaters Wall-Mounted Fireplaces
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Heaters vs Heat Pumps : Swimming Pool Tips with Blake
Blake here from PoolSupplyWorld (https://www.poolsupplyworld.com/) I wanted to take a second today to talk to you about heaters and heat pumps. I know that summer is coming to an end, and pools are starting to close and that is a huge bummer. Either a heater or a heat pump can be a good alternative to extend your swimming pool season, but it’s important to know understand differences to see which one is best for you. So first we’ll take a look at heaters. Heaters burn propane or natural gas. Water is pulled into the unit and heated with the burning propane or natural gas, then the hot water is passed back into your swimming pool through the return lines. The Pros are: Less money upfront as far as initial investment. It will work in any temperature or climate, which is awesome. It will heat the pool very quickly, which is also awesome. The tradeoff though, is that a heater has a little bit higher operating cost (paying for the propane or natural gas). Also, there are more moving parts. This is important to consider when making a large purchase because more moving parts means more parts that could potentially break. Now lets compare that to a heat pump. A heat pump uses electricity and ambient air to heat up the water. The pros include: A lower operating cost. You don’t have to pay for propane, although you do have to pay for electricity. It is environmentally friendly, which is nice. And it doesn’t require a gas line, which can be nice because not everybody has one. The cons are: it costs a little bit more money upfront, and it will only work in temperatures above 50 degrees fahrenheit. Remember, it’s using ambient air, so if it’s super cold outside, it’s not going to be able to heat swimming pool water. If you live in an area that gets down below 50 degrees, you won’t be able to use the heat pump at that time. You might be able to get a little more swimming on either side of pool season, but as soon as it gets below 50, it’s not going to do anything for your pool. Now let’s take a look at sizing. For a heat pump, we will assume it’s going to heat your pool water 1 degree per hour. Keep in mind for a larger pool, it might take a little longer. The formula to figure out recommended BTU is “Length x Width x Desired Temperature Rise X12” so in our example, we use a pool that is 10 feet by 20 feet, raising temperature 20 degrees, and get 48k BTU. Now compare that to a heater, which is sized a little differently. Just for simplicity, we are going to assume we also want to raise the temp 1 degree per hour. However with a heater, you can heat the pool faster with more BTU. So if we are comparing a 200k BTU heater with a 400k BTU heater...the 400k will burn gas twice as quickly, but it will also heat the pool twice as fast. So it’s really just up to you. Take the gallons of the pool, plus 10%, times 10. So in our example, a 30k gallon pool, plus 10% (3k), times 10 is 330K BTU. If you get more (BTU), then you can heat the pool faster. In either case, it is critical that you also use a solar cover. A solar cover, which kinda looks like bubble wrap, goes on top of your pool when you are not using it. Most of the heat loss in your pool will be due to evaporation. If you get a solar cover, your are going to stop a lot of the heat loss that happens, and make your heater or heat pump work correctly and be more efficient. So those are two options. If you are like us, and don’t want to close your pool yet, you might want to consider a heater or heat pump to extend your season. Which one is right for you will depend on your needs, location, and budget. If you have any questions you can email me directly at [email protected] That’s it for now. Thank you for watching. Happy swimming, I’m out! https://www.poolsupplyworld.com/ For more info on swimming pool heaters, visit: https://www.poolsupplyworld.com/pool-heaters.htm
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How to Heat a Greenhouse
In this video, vertical aquaponics expert Dr. Nate Storey explains the methods of heating a greenhouse for achieving maximum yields long into the winter. Learn more about how we heat here: http://brightagrotech.com/planning-a-greenhouse-structures-and-heating/ Interested in starting a hydroponic or aquaponic greenhouse? Click here to check out some of our greenhouse options: https://brightagrotech.com/hydroponic-farming/?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=greenhouse_bundle
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What is the most efficient way to heat my home?
In part 7 of this video series from http://www.brivis.com.au, Brivis answers one of the most frequently asked questions, "What is the most efficient way to heat my home?"
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MyEnergyEfficientHeater.com 2016: Low Cost Energy-Efficient Wall Panel Heaters & More
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Geothermal Energy Options - How It Works
Geothermal Energy Options - How It Works Geothermal Energy Options is a full service geothermal heating and cooling company. We engineer, design and install residential and commercial systems and specialize in direct exchange geothermal. We are certified by BPI, IGSHPA, NYSERDA and part of Central Hudson's Trade Allies and The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund. All of our employees are trained and certified in every phase of the geothermal process. It is our goal to supply our clients with well designed, well installed geothermal heating systems, sensible solar products, wind power as well as emerging energy saving technology. Use of this technology can help eliminate or reduce America's dependency on foreign oil, and fossil fuel products. With a range of equipment to suit as many needs as possible, we can accommodate nearly every type of new and retrofitted situation. Geothermal Energy Options is committed to providing sound geothermal energy options and solutions for the residential and commercial building industries. Having over three decades experience in the construction and building energy industries, we offer complete turnkey services to our clients. As a consultant, we offer building modeling and energy auditing services that identify your building's energy consumption and the potential for improvement. Our company can engineer and design for your home or businesses complete building system solutions that improve the building's thermal performance, interior comfort level and indoor air qualities. The result is a healthier building, with reduced annual energy consumption. Visit our website at www.geo-us.com or call us at (877) ALL-4-GEO
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How To Heat A Greenhouse And Polytunnel
In today's Episode of UK Here We Grow, Brian talks about different heating options for your greenhouse or polytunnel. Join him as he explains his experiences with popular products, and maybe give you an idea which you would like to purchase. Join us at the following:- Our site http://www.UKherewegrow.com https://www.facebook.com/ukherewegrow/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/UKHereWeGrow/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/UkHeresABargain/ Twitter https://twitter.com/UKHerewegrow Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+TonysAllotment/posts Email [email protected] We would like to welcome all our new subscribers and thank you all for supporting UK here We Grow "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "DIY Bulk No Mess Chicken Feeder" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgtQdRAZAe0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- #gardening, #allotment, #garden, #cottagegarden, #gardeningforbeginners, #newallotment, #startinganallotment, #gardeninghintsandtips #garden #gardening #loveyourgarden #allotment #allotmentgarden #allotmentgardening #veggiegarden #allotmentshed #Horticulture #growagarden #summergarden #growingfood #growyourown #growyourownfood #foodforest #backyardgarden #gardeningbythemoon #indoorgardening #gardeningincontainers #containergardening #patiogarden #kitchengarden
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How much does solar REALLY cost?  Does it have to be expensive in the real world?
Forget the salesman or the confusing websites, this video will show you what a solar panel system REALLY costs. From the most basic starter kit to a whole home solution, this video goes over the real world costs in 2016 for solar panel systems. This video only covers off grid systems so if you are considering a grid tied system you will need to consider other costs such as professional installation, grid tie inverter(s), and inspections/fees to your utility company. Buying your first solar panel system? Buy here: https://kit.com/LDSreliance Want to support my channel and help me make more great videos? Donate here: https://www.patreon.com/LDSreliance battery expensive how much
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Heads Series, Episode 7: Heating Options
If you found this video useful, please be sure to subscribe to our channel and visit us at https://MoonshineDistiller.com Video Transcription: Howdy folks, welcome back to another Heads episode. In this episode we'll be discussing the different heating options you have for your still. There's two main heating options, propane or electric. You can see the propane turkey fryer burner here on your right, and the electric options here on the left. The turkey fryer burner is the way most people go to begin with, because it's a lot cheaper to get set up. The burner itself is $50-70 depending upon where you get it from, and propane is readily available at any grocery store. To get started with electric, it's a little bit more expensive. It'll generally cost you about $400 or more. You can either run a 220V setup, which is what this controller box is for, with this larger element (which you can see has obviously been used). Or, you can run a 110V setup with this smaller element where you can just wire it directly into the wall. One of the main benefits to the propane is that it can get very hot very quickly. This allows for very low heat up times. Generally, you can heat up your boiler in about half an hour or less. However, propane also does have its limitations. Since it does produce so much heat, it can actually be very hard to control the heat once you get the boiler up to temperature. When you're using a 2" reflux tower, you often have to turn down the burner so low that it doesn't combust properly and leaves a bunch of soot on the bottom of your burner. Also, it exposes an open flame to an area where there is potentially going to be ethanol vapors. The last thing I should mention is that with propane, you do run the risk of running out of propane in the middle of the run. While this isn't the end of the world, it can be a huge inconvenience. Especially with a reflux still, after you've spent all that time to get it balanced, it can be very hard to switch out the propane tank, get it re-balanced, and get your heat all adjusted properly. However, aside from the cost difference, the main reason I use electric over propane heat is the controlability. With the propane heat all you have is this little adjustment regulator, however, with the electric controller with the ammeter I know the exact amount of heat I am putting out each time. And generally once you get to know your equipment you know exactly where you want your levels.
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Garage Heating Options
Chaince is doing an engine swap in an uninsulated Garage...IN IOWA! He's using an electric space heater, and that won't be sufficient at all in the winter months here in the Northern tier of US. I discuss a multitude of heating options that don't require a Natural Gas line running to the detached, uninsulated garage. [email protected]
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How a Central Boiler Outdoor Wood Furnace Works │Central Boiler
https://centralboiler.com Watch to find out how Central Boiler outdoor wood boiler furnaces can help you reduce or eliminate your home and business heating expenses. You can even heat multiple buildings with one Central Boiler outdoor furnace... It's that affordable. AND at the same time you'll be more comfortable and have endless hot water! The whole thing is really simple. From installation to operation, you can do it yourself. Central Boiler outdoor furnaces are flexible and will work with any heating system you have. The furnace works by burning wood to heat water. The heated water is circulated through insulated underground pipes called ThermoPEX to the buildings being heated. The Thermopex underground pipe enters your home and connects to your water heater through a heat exchanger. What that means is we heat all your domestic water. From there it connects to your forced air, in-floor radiant, or indoor boiler heating system and sends the heat around your home. The water is then sent back to the furnace through the Thermopex to be reheated. All of this, simply controlled by a regular thermostat. Your guests won't even know you're heating with wood. This basic setup can be used to run lines to multiple buildings if you like. Some people even heat 2 homes with one Central Boiler outdoor furnace. If you would like to expand or enhance your current heating system, Central Boiler has all the accessories and options you need. Add a hydronic radiator by your entryway to keep it warm and dry in the winter. A kickspace floor heater let's you do the dishes and keep your footies nice and toasty. Do you have a kids room that always seems to be cooler than the rest of the house? Easily connect the free-standing corner fan convector to save space. You can even heat your pool or hot tub with a Central Boiler outdoor furnace. These accessories can be added during your furnace installation or at a later time. If you have never heated with wood before, Central Boiler makes it easy with videos and guides to help you get started. Many of our customers enjoy cutting their own wood. It's a great family activity. Or many of our customers purchase wood and have it delivered as it's readily available and inexpensive. Additionally, Central Boiler offers furnace models that work with different fuel sources. The Maxim furnace uses wood pellets, corn, or biomass and the Central Boiler Forge outdoor coal furnace is a cleaner way to heat with coal. Installing a Central Boiler is easier than you might think. Many customers choose to install their own furnace because the installation can be easily completed using the installation manual. Authorized Central Boiler dealers have all the supplies, accessories, and information you need to get started. Most dealers also offer installation services if you want. A Central Boiler outdoor furnace is the simple way to experience a new level of comfort in your home and heat more space than ever before with less money. Go to centralboiler.com for model details, guides on how to do it yourself, and to find a dealer near you. For more information, please see your Owner's Manual or contact your local Central Boiler dealer. Website: https://centralboiler.com Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/centralboiler/ Visit us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/centralboiler/ Visit us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/centralboiler/
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Adax Eco Electric Wall Heaters with Thermostat - Discount Slimline Panel Heaters, Wall Mounted
BUY FROM WWW.ADAX-SOLAIRE.CO.UK. Adax Eco Electric Wall Heaters -with Thermostat. Discount Designer Slimline Panel Heaters. Wall Mounted Convector / Convection Heater. ADAX is a Norwegian manufacturer of electric heating products. They lead the field with their innovative, stylish designs. In Norway, most homes operate via an electric heating system, so there is a strong demand for long-lasting, top-quality panel heaters Electronic thermostat and on/off controls on all versions Standard Height 330mm Stylish, modern solution for electric heating Fast, efficient heating from this silent convector heater Available in various sizes up to 2000W IP24 Rated safe for bathrooms ( Zone 1 and above) 5 years manufacturer’s guarantee Adax Eco. Stylish heating made affordable. The Adax Eco electric heater is a simple, stylish and economical radiator, without the price tag. Even ADAX’s entry level heaters showcase astounding build quality and reliability. The ECO is the perfect choice for you if you are looking for a low cost, quality and reliable heater. With colour options of white and anthracite (Lava Grey) and rounded edges ADAX never fail to impress with their modern designs. The easy to use controls and installation make this electric heater perfect for home, cottage, and holiday homes. The IPX4 rating on this heater mean that it is perfectly safe for your bathrooms and other splash zones. Superior Style. Functional Controls. The electric thermostat measures the he temperature of your room accurately. Adax’s Elektornisk thermostat provides precision accuracy to -0.5 degrees. Which reduces wasted energy and reduces electricity bills by setting a constant room temperature. Every minute the room temperature is measured, and, at the slightest deviation, ECO will immediately provide more or less heat. In this way you consume as little energy as possible while keeping your home warm and cosy. The heater shares its fundamental components, such as the heating element, with the more advanced ADAX Neo. Helping to create a comfortable and warm home. This product works perfectly with our PR-1 timer, which is available in our accessories shop. Model Power, W Dimensions, mm Heated Space, m2 Weight, kg Adax ECO040 400 330 x 470 x 95 6 4 Adax ECO060 600 330 x 554 x 95 9 4 Adax ECO080 800 330 x 674 x 95 12 4.7 Adax ECO100 1000 330 x 714 x 95 14 5 Adax ECO120 1200 330 x 894 x 95 17 6 Adax ECO140 1400 330 x 1009 x 95 20 6.5 Adax ECO200 2000 330 x 1374 x 95 29 8.5
Cool roofs:  How to beat the heat for top floor owners: Ep3 New Vastu with Ashok B Lall
Top floors can be excruciating during the Indian summers. But there are ways to stay comfortable on top floor houses. Ashok B Lall gives his tips on how to beat the heat. Ashok B Lall is one of the foremost green architects in the country. He is the Principal of Ashok B. Lall Architects in New Delhi, India. He has practiced sustainable architecture for over 3 decades.
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How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating
Use a specialized foam panel called Bekotec to lock the PEX tubing in place, cover it with a sand-and-cement mix, and tile away. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Radiant floor heating is probably the best way to heat up any space. It's comfortable, quiet, and energy efficient. Although electric radiant heat is a popular choice for small projects, retiling a bathroom, say, hydronic, or water-based, radiant provides the ultimate in efficiency for bigger projects or an extensive remodel. If you want to DIY hydronic radiant, you can use a specially engineered foam panel from Schluter Systems called Bekotec. You lay the panels directly on the floor, press-fit PEX tubing into them, and add a thin layer of specially mixed concrete, five parts sand to one part portland cement. The panels provide a modest thermal break (R3), so you don't have to install an extra layer of insulation. Using this system adds less than 1 3/4 inches, including concrete, versus about 4 inches for the old-school method of tying tubing to wire mesh. That leaves you more headroom in basement applications. And the thin slab will heat up and cool down more quickly, allowing you to use lower water temperatures and save on your heating bill. Overall, it makes for a more responsive radiant slab. Steps for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating: 1. Prep floor with leveling compound, if necessary. 2. Clean floor and install foam edging. 3. Lay first row of click-together panels. 4. Measure and trim the row's last panel to fit. 5. Cover the remaining area with panels. 6. Determine PEX spacing: 6-, 9-, or 12-inch rows. 7. Press-fit PEX between "studs" in panels. 8. Cover area with one continuous loop of PEX. 9. Leave extra tubing at boiler-room end for plumber to make connections. 10. Mix up a batch of "dry pack" concrete with a 5:1 ratio of sand to portland cement. 11. Spread and level over PEX, leaving a minimum of 5/16 inch of material above foam "studs." 12. Allow concrete to cure for a few days, then install your flooring of choice. Shopping List for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating: - Bekotec-BRS foam edging - Bekotec foam panels - PEX tubing - Bekotec THERM-RH 75 PVC clamps - Sand and portland cement. Get enough for a 5:1 sand-to-cement ratio. Tools List for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating: - 4-foot level - tape measure - breakaway knife - straightedge - pipe cutter - wheelbarrow or mixing tub for mixing concrete - shovel or hoe for mixing concrete Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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Winter Construction - Heating Options for Builders & Remodelers
3 Ways to Heat a Job Site. http://amzn.to/1zhnVwh Propane Heater featured. http://www.questprotect.com Quest Website for info on the electric heater. Visit my blog for more Tips on High Performance Building & Remodeling. http://www.MattRisinger.com -Matt Risinger Risinger Homes in Austin, TX
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We are a Company based in the Dublin Ireland, a Eco low cost heating solution. Compared to oil our heating solution is up to 70% cheaper to run. www.helvetic.ie
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2017 Mitsubishi HVAC - What's new from the International Builder Show
Matt teams up with Lauren Hunter to from Hanley Wood to geek out on his favorite HVAC systems and showcase Mitsubishi's Mini Splits at IBS Orlando 2017. Matt defines VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) and how these systems provide zoned comfort and efficiency. More info on their website here: http://www.mitsubishicomfort.com/
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