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Home Heating Tips and Alternatives – The Home Depot

February 11, 2012 by  
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Whether you use electricity, natural gas or heating oil, there are many practical steps you can take to reduce your overall heat consumption and energy bills. In addition, multi-fuel stoves and fireplaces are fast gaining popularity as alternatives to traditional heat sources. For more energy saving tips, visit www.homedepot.com Video Rating: 3 / 5

Cheapest Best Way To Heat Your Home For Less

January 27, 2012 by  
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This is how I have reduced my heating cost in a large way and stay warm on those cold winter nights. It can be done for next to nothing, with materials already in your home. If you don’t have an alternative heat source this is a solution to dramatically reducing your heating costs and reducing [...]

Passive Solar Home Heating Innovation DIY Part 3a

December 26, 2011 by  
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This is a part of series with our home heating innovation DIY. The innovative black pipe absorber panel shall reduce the cost of home heating to a bare minimum. Our trial works for the solar heat collector and distribution system is almost complete. But this time we have increased the absorber panel size to 100 [...]

Passive Solar Home Heating Innovation DIY Part 2

December 26, 2011 by  
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This is a part of series with our home heating innovation DIY. The innovative black pipe absorber panel shall reduce the cost of home heating to a bare minimum. Our trial works for the solar heat collector and distribution system is almost complete. We shall publish other relevant details as soon as possible. The unique [...]

Solar Home Heating

December 22, 2011 by  
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Heat your house with solar thermal (hot water) collectors. You can buy them, I made my own. There are 3 in this arrangement. 1 square foot of collector heats 1 1/2 US gallons of water 40 degrees farenheit in Pennsylvania, USA in winter. The more collectors you put up the more water volume you can [...]