Kate I. 112°

How much do you use your heaters in the winter? What do you think is the most economical heater to use?

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Instead of turning the central air on at night we use electric heater in our bed room. I set the programmable thermostat to kick in right before we wake up.

Written in June 2008

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We use wood pellet burners in Texas - amazing how well they work and create hardly any smoke but you still get that nice wood burning smell. Take a look at http://www.hometips.com/cs-protected/guides/pel... for some good tips.

Written in June 2008

Rose W.

Depending on where you live and your climate you can generate approximately 46 to 76% of your hot water using solar energy and this will translate in reducing your energy bills by about 50 to 80%. Have a look this article for more info Solar Water Heating.
Reference: http://www.electricheaters.ie/

Written in March 2013

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