Kids And Family Podcasts
The operation of electric heaters to heat an area for a long period of time is generally considered to be costly. However, intermittent or partial day use can be more cost efficient than whole building heating due to superior zonal control. Your Space Heater Example: A lunch room in an office setting has limited hours of operation. During low use periods a "monitor" level of heat (50 °F/10 °C) is provided by the central heating system. Peak use times between the hours of 11:00–14:00 are heated to "comfort levels" (70 °F/21 °C). Significant savings can be realized in overall energy consumption since infrared radiation losses through thermal radiation are not as large with a smaller temperature gradient both between this space and unheated outside air as well as between the refrigerator and the (now cooler) lunch room. Economically, electric heat can be compared to other sources of home heating by multiplying the cost per kilowatt hour by the number of kilowatts the heater uses.
By Heaters Heat
Small space heaters are typically used when the main heating system is inadequate or when central heating is too costly to install or operate. In some cases, small space heaters can be less expensive to use if you only want to heat one room or supplement inadequate heating in one room. They can also boost the temperature of rooms used by individuals who are sensitive to cold, especially elderly persons, without overheating your entire home. When buying and installing a small space heater, follow these guidelines: Only purchase newer model heaters that have all of the current safety features. Make sure the heater has the Underwriter's Laboratory (UL) label attached to it. Choose a thermostatically controlled heaters, since they avoid the energy waste of overheating a room. Select a heater of the proper size for the room you wish to heat. Do not purchase oversized heaters. Most heaters come with a general sizing table. Locate the heater on a level surface away from foot traffic. Be especially careful to keep children and pets away from the heater.
A series of podcasts to travel Tuscany with your ears. You will have specific advices on traveling this beautiful region of Italy, where to stay, what to do, and the best time of the year to travel. You will also receive advice on traveling in general. Is it better to stay in a villa in Tuscany or in a hotel in Florence? What do I want to visit in Florence during a day trip? This is the kind of advice you can get thanks to ThriftyTuscany.com 's experience with traveling in Tuscany.
By Thrifty Tuscany
Heat Surge is an innovation in craftsmanship and modern heating technology. The Heat Surge is fashioned to resemble a fireplace and even boasts a flame facade that will enable you to enjoy serenity without the negative aspects of a real fireplace. As well, the Heat Surge is hand crafted by Amish craftsmen and explain the reason for its high quality construction. Better yet, is this beautiful and aesthetically enhanced heater runs on infrared technology. Infrared technology has been deemed the safest heating method and is accompanied with many benefits- such as: not robbing humidity from the air, even heating, most economical heating method and unparalleled safety ratings. Being able to enjoy so many benefits while advancing your home decor is a situation which is rarelt encountered. You owe it to yourself to check out the Heat Surge today!
By Heat Surge
Laugh and cry with Australian broadcaster Ryan Jon as he attempts become a dad, create a career, be a great boyfriend and find his biological family. Sounds easy huh? The honest and candid stories shared by Ryan & Brigitte have been picked up by major media outlets including The Project, The Daily Edition, Sunrise, NBC, ABC, BBC, Today Tonight, News.com.au Mamamia.com.au and The Daily Mail. Season 1 was Am I Ready To Be A Father. Season 2 was Life of Ryan. Season 3 is coming in 2019
By Ryan Jon
<p>In 2015, Rosie Waterland published her first book, a memoir called "The Anti-Cool Girl". The book is about her childhood, her growing up, and her becoming an adult; all with mentally ill, drug and alcohol addicted parents, child protection, foster care, caravans and couches. There were crazy and very difficult times but also some funny times too. Rosie is 30 now, her mum Lisa is now 53. Since the book came out, the one question Rosie is always asked is more than any other is, "Has your Mum read the book?" </p> <p>Lisa hadn't read it for a while, because her drinking was so bad that she physically or emotionally couldn't. But in 2016, Lisa got sober. She has maintained that sobriety for the longest period Rosie has ever seen and.. she has finally read the book. She has many thoughts.</p> <p>The first of which is that most of Rosie's memoir is a lie. </p> <p> Now is their time to talk all about it. In each episode Rosie reads a chapter from the book, and then Rosie and Lisa talk through it - is it all true or false? What really happened? Each chapter becomes a real conversation about the past, present and future for Rosie and Lisa.</p>
By PodcastOne Australia