Patio heaters come in many different forms, including freestanding patio heaters, mounted table top heaters, commercial patio heaters, propane patio heaters, electric patio heaters, and finally natural gas patio heaters. Learn about patio heaters and how to select the best heater for your home.
Learn which type of patio heater works best for keeping your outdoor space warm and usable all year long.
Discover which options exist for keeping your home warm, and safe, in the event the power goes – an emergency scenario both Tom and Leslie dealt with during Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Get ideas for distributing heat evenly through a split-level home, including radiators, baseboards, and heat pumps.
Find out why quartz infrared heat is very expensive to run. Instead, get tips on saving money on your heating bill by improving your home's insulation and making sure drafts aren't coming in through your electrical outlets.
Get answers to your home improvement questions about radon testing, replacing air conditioning, cleaning siding, furnace repair, replacing a roof, repairing a garage floor, installing wood flooring, avoiding leaks, heating a garage, and cleaning oil-based wall paint.
Find out the right way to use a heat pump. You should set it at a comfortable temperature and leave it there instead of constantly moving it up and down. When you fiddle with it too much, your electric resistance heater comes on and that costs about twice as much to run as the heat pump.
Learn how adding a baseboard heater to a small room can be a cost effective and warm way to save on your heating bills. Get tips on which heater is the best to use for your heating needs.
Find out whether infrared heaters work well and whether they are affordable. The answer is that they work well and yes, they are affordable. SUNHEAT is one company that offers high quality infrared heaters. You can use them for particular rooms or areas of your house and then turn down the heat in the other rooms.
Learn how to get warm with baseboard electric resistance heaters when the existing heat in your home is not sufficient to warm your home.