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Heating This Old Country House

Ever wonder if switching to electric heat will actually save you money? Here is a review by a one of our customers in Pennsylvania. "You should know that my wife and I have blatantly violated your right to keep your product secret by showing off the heaters we purchased and bragging them up to friends, [...]

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Super Cold & Dry Winter Predicted for Canada

Not too long ago we published an article about how the El Nino is set to affect the US Weather patterns for the upcoming winter and by popular demand we have done our research and discovered what to expect this winter for the Canadian provinces. The USA is expected to have a broad spectrum of [...]

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5 Ways to Keep Your Home from Burning Down

Our hearts go out to the victims of the California fires that are terrorizing the state. The Valley Fire and the Butte Fire are the two major fires. Each of these fires has grown to consume thousands of acres while consuming hundreds of homes, leaving them to holdup at refugee camps scattered throughout the West Coast. While [...]

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Travel Like A Boss!

Are you a proud RV or Camper owner? Do you live life on the move, taking in the sights? Do you have an insatiable thirst for adventure? For those living on the go, there's an affordable, simple solution to your heating needs. It's called the Envi Heater and it was made thinking about people with an [...]

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Energy Efficiency – Heating America This Winter

The subject of energy efficiency is a major concern in America during the winter months. The President a few weeks ago announced new actions to bring energy efficiency to consumer households across America. This is not done easily, but before America can just throw energy efficiency into every house there are few details that need to be considered.Does America [...]

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El Niño and the Winter of 2015

What’s All the Buzz About? There is a lot of buzz about this year’s El Niño event that is going to cause some changes in the weather for the United States this winter. As the winter is quickly coming upon us, here are few details about this 2015 El Niño event so far.El Niño events are based off the surface [...]

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Washington D.C. Now Fining You For Not Shoveling

Yes... we're definitely aware that it's summer and way too hot to be thinking about snow, but for those of you in the D.C. area, this is some news you may want to go ahead and pay attention. D.C. Public Works is now requiring both residents and businesses to clear their sidewalks after snowstorms. On Friday, [...]

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Old Farmer's Almanac Predicts Super Cold Winter

As many in the northeast are still trying to dig themselves out of last winter's 10 foot snowdrifts, The Old Farmer's Almanac has made a very unwelcome announcement. They predict it will be super cold this winter with a slew of snow for much of the country, even in places that don't usually see too much [...]

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Top Tips to Protect Your Pets this Winter

This winter, make sure that you take care of your best friend because they need your help! Keep pets indoors The best way to respond to winter's woes for your pets is to keep them inside with you and your family. The happiest dogs are taken out frequently for walks and exercise but kept inside the rest of [...]

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The 2015-2016 Winter Weather Forecast

Here at eheat, we are all about the weather and helping you prepare for it. So in our research and study, we have found that long range climate models are showing a sea surface temperature anomaly prognosis that could be leading to another cold and snowy winter, particularly along the East coast of the U.S.Climate [...]

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