Ceramic and Other Space Heaters

Many people assume that space heaters are all alike, you just plug them into the wall, turn them on, and heat begins to come out of it. Although they do all generate heat some of the different types of space heaters include convection, radiant, conductive, ceramic, electric, gas and more. Each of these types of heaters works and generates heat in various ways but all produce the same result. Many have a heating element inside such as coils, plates, tubes and other objects inside that heat up. Continue reading

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Winter Infrared Heating

With winter here in full swing it is important that we keep our homes heated in the most efficient ways possible to save money and resources. Many of our furnaces run all day long to see a comfortable constant temperature during the winter months. This can lead to high heating bills and use a lot of energy resources all at the same time. To help with heating costs you can purchase a infrared heater to place in a room of the house that you are going to be in at any given time. Continue reading

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Garage Heating

Many men in America have some sort of hobby that primarily is done inside of the garage. Whether it is working on cars, fixing things, woodworking, where the tool bench is or just a hang out man cave, some men spend many hours secluded in this location. As winter is rapidly approaching, one might think that the weather might cut down on the time spent inside the garage. Wrong, to avoid the cold many people have installed infrared garage heaters to keep the climate comfortable on the coldest of days. Continue reading

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Outdoor Infrared Heating

When dining out at restaurants many people including myself enjoy sitting outside when available. Living in Michigan allows for venues that offer outdoor seating to open their patios for about four months out of the year usually May through August. However, many Continue reading

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What to Consider When Searching for an Adequate Warehouse Heater

The cost of fuel has risen dramatically over the past 30 years. This makes it important for large buildings and warehouses to choose their heating application wisely. Poor heating systems can be a drain on much needed funds and may not even effectively heat the whole building. This is especially true for older heating systems that require a Continue reading

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A Contest Among Heaters – Ceramic Vs. Infrared

I have been considering purchasing a space heater for next winter. My room was extremely cold this past winter and I figure a heater will make my living conditions more comfortable. There are two different space heaters I need to consider before I make my decision. There are ceramic heaters which warm entire areas and Continue reading

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Do’s and Don’ts of Infrared Saunas

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Sunbathing exposes the skin to harmful ultraviolet radiation. Infrared saunas provide a safer heating option but not without its own dangers. If used repeatedly the infrared heat used to heat the sauna can cause skin problems. For example, constant heating causes skin cells to crack open and Continue reading

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