Blog Posts - Heating



Are You Ready to Switch from Oil to LPG?

Are you living with an expensive and dated oil heating system?  If so, this is the ideal time to upgrade your oil heating system to LPG from Calor.  With benefits including lower prices on new LPG boilers, automatic delivery, free above gro...
by Attachment Mummy on Jul 7, 2016

DIY Heating Pad

photo by livingchiconthecheap.com Are you using a store bought cream or lotion to help soothe sore muscles? A better solution is to apply a bit of heat in the form of a hot bath of a heating pad... Visit my website for full links, other content...
by Homemade to Healthy on Jun 9, 2016

Chic Touches to Modernize Your Living Room

You may think that adding a modern touch to your living room is expensive. However, there are a few things you can do to add some elegant touches to your space that won’t break the bank. From a fresh coat of paint and adding pillows to installi...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Jun 2, 2016

Choosing the best Heating and Cooling Company Website Design

When your furnace or air conditioning system breaks down, your house may immediately become an uncomfortable place (either too cold or too hot) to live in and would necessitate an immediately intervention from Heating and Cooling Company. Many people...

Samsung Dryer Runs But Will Not Heat – Clothes Dryer Is Not Getting Hot

This content was originally taken from the website RemoveandReplace.com Click the link to go to the website that created this original content... RemoveandReplace.com - DIY Projects / Tips / Tricks / Ideas / Repair If your Samsung dryer will spin but...
by Remove and Replace on May 5, 2016

04/19/16 #Review of #HeatingOil #Free

Heating OilTraders chasing oil's bounce should be listening to industry leaders and the message of the market. BP CEO says I do think the industry needs to prepare for lower for longer. A global economy plagued by chronic sub-growth (at best) that IM...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Apr 27, 2016

How To Repair A Microwave Oven That Is Not Working

This content was originally taken from the website RemoveandReplace.com Click the link to go to the website that created this original content... RemoveandReplace.com - DIY Projects / Tips / Tricks / Ideas / Repair If your microwave oven is not worki...
by Remove and Replace on Apr 15, 2016

Modulating Boilers Lower Energy Use, Heating Costs For Massachusetts School

With failing oil-fired boilers and an aging, inefficient heating system, Elm Street School in Gardner, MA, turned to modulating boilers from Weil-McLain to spark energy efficiencies and lower heating costs. Read Modulating Boilers Lower Energy Use,...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 14, 2016

Konami Gaming Wins Sustainable/Green Building Award

Konami Gaming, Inc.'s newly-expanded headquarters is one of Nevada's largest facilities to achieve complete geothermal heating and cooling. Read Konami Gaming Wins Sustainable/Green Building Award on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Building...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 14, 2016

The HVAC Factor: New Life For An Aging Chiller Plant

Completed in December 2014, this renovation project serves as an example of how a historic utility plant can be improved to address significant elements and concerns. Read The HVAC Factor: New Life For An Aging Chiller Plant on Facility Executive - C...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 11, 2016

Calor Shows How Easily You Can Switch to LPG

In the third of our posts about the ease, and value, of using Calor Gas, today we cover switching to LPG, and with Calor it couldn't be easier!  They offer to make the process as simple as possible, with little or no disruption to daily life. &n...
by Attachment Mummy on Apr 5, 2016

Oil gas vent line heater fault

Mercedes-Benz C200 CDI To reduce the presence of oil in engine components such as the air intake manifold, intercooler, turbo, etc., vehicle manufacturers are working to make improvements in this area, and have introduced the "Oil gas vent line...
by Eure Tech on Mar 30, 2016

Project Prepper, Part 44: Backup Heating For House Update

Back on February 25, I started discussing backup heating for the house my girlfriend and I purchased in 2013. I blogged: Last Friday, incredibly strong winds (max gust speed 62 mph) pummeled the Chicagoland area. Not surprisingly, we lost power for a...
by Survival And Prosperity on Mar 30, 2016

Ramps For Wheelchairs, Walkers | Maine Home Heating Oil Assistance.

If you are elderly, on a fixed income and mobility is not so easy. If your circulation makes it harder to stay warm, you need some assistance. Big time. Finding help with creating handicap friendly surroundings.  Financial assistance with wheelchair...
by MeInMaine Blog on Mar 27, 2016

Reduce Your Energy Costs with Calor Gas

Whatever type of energy use, finding ways to save fuel - and money - is a top priority.  With the need to update a central heating system every 10 to 15 years on average, what fuel you use is not a decision to be taken lightly.  It is vital...
by Attachment Mummy on Mar 24, 2016

6 Ways To Save on Heating Costs in 2016

  Keeping your home warm shouldn’t leave you broke. And you should be able to lower your heating bills, in fact, here are 6 ways to lower your heating bill each month and how achieve this : 1. Ceiling Fans Going the Other Direction: When it...
by Coupons Do Work! on Mar 7, 2016

Project Prepper, Part 43: Standby Generator For Heat, Other Essentials

In last week’s “Project Prepper” post, I blogged about backup heating for the house my girlfriend and I purchased in 2013. You may recall I talked about how strong winds knocked out power- and heat (electricity needed for furnace blower)- for a...
by Survival And Prosperity on Mar 4, 2016

Giant Greenhouse Envelope Naturally Keeps Stockholm House Warm

Keeping a Stockholm residence balmy enough for lush greenery and outdoor lounging year-round is generally impossible – unless you sheath the entire house and a slice of the yard in a gigantic greenhouse. That’s exactly what homeowners Charles...
by dornob on Feb 29, 2016

Project Prepper, Part 42: Backup Heating For House

The last two “Project Prepper” posts consisted of a recap of what the series is all about and a status report for the project a little over three years in the works. Today I want to move forward and talk about backup heating for the house my girl...
by Survival And Prosperity on Feb 26, 2016

How To Tell If Your Electric Hot Water Heater Is Bad?

This content was originally taken from the website RemoveandReplace.com Click the link to go to the website that created this original content... RemoveandReplace.com - DIY Projects / Tips / Tricks / Ideas / Repair There are 2 ways to know if you hav...
by Remove and Replace on Jan 22, 2016


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