Posts Tagged with "safety"

Staying Safe with Propane Heaters

Friday, November 12, 2010

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Staying Safe with Propane Heaters

As winter gets closer, many of us will turn to an electric heater or propane heater to stay warm in the months ahead. While these little heaters can be a fantastic way to stay comfortable at home or enjoy the outdoors during the cold months, space heaters can also present safety risks if used improperly. […]

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Ceramic Heater Buying Guide: The Basics

Friday, November 5, 2010

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Ceramic Heater Buying Guide: The Basics

As winter approaches, it is wise to consider ways to cut heating bills and still be comfortable. The common solution is a space heater. Space heaters generally come in two styles: radiant (which heat objects directly) and convection (which warms the air in the room). They also can be fueled by either flammable gases (such as […]

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Wall-Mount Heaters for Deer Stands: What You Should Be Hunting For

Thursday, September 16, 2010

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Wall-Mount Heaters for Deer Stands: What You Should Be Hunting For

As deer-hunting season ramps up, many sportsmen and women will be looking for a hassle-free way to keep warm while hunting this fall and winter. Long hours spent in a drafty deer stand or box blind can chill even the most hard-core hunter to the bone. A solution that’s worked nicely for hundreds of hunters […]

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Garage Heaters: A Cure for the Common Cold Garage

Thursday, September 2, 2010

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Garage Heaters: A Cure for the Common Cold Garage

With fall and winter quickly approaching, you may be thinking about purchasing a new heater for your garage or workshop. When you’re shopping around for the right heater for your space, be sure to check out infrared garage heaters. Not only do they let you get more done during the chilly months, but they also […]

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Heating Small Spaces with Oil Heaters

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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Heating Small Spaces with Oil Heaters

When it comes to heating smaller spaces such as bedrooms and bathrooms, propane and other combustion heaters are out of the picture. Electric heaters, such as oil-filled “radiator” style heaters, avoid the safety concerns of using fuel-burning heaters indoors, and provide a comfortable, gradual heat where it’s needed most.

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Add a Touch of Luxury to your Patio with a Gas Patio Heater

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

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Add a Touch of Luxury to your Patio with a Gas Patio Heater

Most of us are used to seeing gas patio heaters in luxurious outdoor restaurant areas and or outside trendy clubs. While you may’ve thought that these impressive heaters were out of reach for the typical homeowner, recent price drops have made it a bit easier to bring this touch of luxury to your home.

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Choosing the Right Portable Heater for Your Space

Saturday, June 19, 2010

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Choosing the Right Portable Heater for Your Space

Portable heaters are a fantastic option for heating a wide variety of spaces, and help you to save loads of cash on your energy bill by allowing you to keep the rest of the home or workspace cooler. But with hundreds of options available, it can be tricky to figure out the right heater for […]

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Stay Warm in the Great Outdoors with Tank-Top Radiant Heaters

Sunday, June 13, 2010

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Stay Warm in the Great Outdoors with Tank-Top Radiant Heaters

Heating large outdoor areas efficiently can be tricky, especially if an electric outlet isn’t available. If you need to heat campsites, poolsides, construction areas, and other outdoor spaces, “tank top” style portable radiant heaters may be the right heater for the job.

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Ceramic Heaters Can Help Keep You Warm (and Safe)

Thursday, June 10, 2010

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Ceramic Heaters Can Help Keep You Warm (and Safe)

Convection heaters have been around for quite awhile, but the newest style of convection heater is quickly rising in popularity — The ceramic heater provides, quick, circulated heat, and is one of the safer options when it comes to heating your home.

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