As we near winter and temperatures begin to cool, it becomes more and more important to prepare for dangerous weather events. A vital aspect of this is to have a heat alternative if your household electricity fails. Infrared heaters and electric stoves are great options for such times because they can easily plug into a generator.
Now more than ever, we seem to be moving toward more environmentally-friendly energy options whenever possible. One of the simplest ways to start ‘greening’ one’s lifestyle is to make the home more energy efficient, especially through heating and cooling. Reduce your carbon footprint. Wood fireplaces create pollution by requiring trees to be destroyed and by releasing [...]
With the warm days of April upon us, many consumers are searching for ways to cool off. In spite of the warming weather however, April is often the perfect month to consider purchasing a new heating unit to help warm your home. One of the most popular methods of keeping homes warm is through the use of newly developed, infrared heaters. During the winter months the price of these units can often drive customers away because the technology is newly developed and in very high demand. However, as with most seasonal products the end of winter often brings about major discounts for heating appliances like infrared heaters.
An electric stove can provide the quiet ambiance of a warm fire paired with the convenience and ease of an electrical appliance. For many consumers these units are the perfect option for warming living rooms and bedrooms across North America. In recent years, technological advances have made the realistic nature of electric stove flame displays even better and with efficient heating systems that use fan-forced heat these units have quickly developed into one of the most popular genres of electrical heating appliances.
Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency is concerned about indoor air pollutants? The fact of the matter is, most people don’t concern themselves with indoor air pollutants beyond the act of plugging in their Carbon Monoxide detector. In fact, the EPA rates fuel sources such as wood and gas as direct sources of air pollutants in homes across the country.