Posted by Tony on November 29th, 2014
Cyber Monday truly is a great day to shop: No crowds or driving around to different stores, hoping they have what you need. Our Cyber Monday sale offers big discounts for some must-have winter products like heaters, humidifiers, and more.
We’re offering 10% off sitewide for purchases over $150 (exclusions apply) and up to $150 off select Dyson heaters and vacuum cleaners. Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll see on sale this Cyber Monday:
10% Off Sitewide
Use the coupon code THANKS14 at checkout and get 10% off any purchase over $150. Whether you’re looking for an outdoor heater for your patio, a humidifier for your baby’s nursery, or a steam cleaner for chemical-free sanitizing—you’ll save a nice chunk of change by purchasing it Cyber Monday. All of these items are useful items for people on your holiday list, so take advantage by entering the coupon code THANKS14 at checkout.
20% Off Space Heaters
Space Heaters can be a life saver this time of year. Who doesn’t have a room that just won’t warm up? Adding a space heater can offer instant relief to those spaces. Some people also add one to the rooms they use most often and turn their thermostat down a few degrees–which can help save energy.
Regardless of why you may need one, we’ve got 20% off all space heaters by DeLonghi, Honeywell, Soleus, and Sunpentown. Many of the models we have on sale were recently named as top picks by a top consumer reporting agency.
DeLonghi space heaters are known for offering quiet, direct heat. Their lightweight panel heater radiates heat directly in front of it and can be hung on a wall to save floor space. Consider an oil-filled radiator model for consistent, quiet heat across an entire room. Most models can be wheeled into place, feature digital controls, multiple heat settings, and various other top features.
The Delonghi TRN0812T was recently recognized by a top consumer reporting agency for its quiet and effective operation. This simple-to-use model has a GFCI plug to reduce shock, which makes it common for bathrooms and other hazardous areas, and also includes a timer for programming operation. All DeLonghi models are priced at 20% off, so now is a great time to scoop one up.
Honeywell space heaters are known for their energy-saving features and efficient heat. The Honeywell HZ-980 was just named a “Best Buy” by a top consumer reporting agency. This powerful infrared heater blends in just about anywhere and can be personalized to match your comfort needs. Its adjustable design makes it good for heating small rooms or adding supplemental heat to spaces up to 1,000 square feet.
Check out all of Honeywell’s compact room heaters; they’re customer favorites and proven to work well on chilly winter nights.
$150 Off Select Dyson Heaters and Vacuums
Dyson is known worldwide for manufacturing top-quality products with advanced technology. They have a broad range of vacuum options, from handheld models to powerful bagless uprights. For example, Dyson stick vacuums are ideal for moms who need to quickly clean up around kitchens and living rooms.
Consider a Dyson upright for some of the strongest suction on the market and simple bagless bin-emptying. They dig into any type of carpet and come with tools to clean even the tightest space.
Lastly, Dyson’s heater fan is truly one-of-a-kind. It has 10 speeds, bladeless technology, and offers projected long term heat. Also recommended by a top consumer reporting agency, the Dyson AM05 can also be used as a fan during summer months.
Other Cyber Monday deals include 20% off select humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and allergy bedding. Be sure to check out our deals page to see a full list of our Cyber Monday deals. It’s the best time to prepare for the cold holiday season ahead and get a useful product for your home at a discounted price.
Posted by Tony on November 26th, 2014
When I think of Black Friday, I think of long lines and crazy videos of people fighting—generally over a $10 toy most kids don’t really need. Save yourself some stress and buy something your family really needs by taking advantage of our Black Friday sale, which lasts all weekend!
We’re offering 20% off various household products that will keep you healthy and comfortable all winter. Even better, you’ll also receive 10% off on sitewide purchases over $150 (promo code THANKS14, exclusions apply).
Check out more on the deals below: Learn More About Our Deals!
Posted by Tony on November 19th, 2014
Winter is admittedly not my favorite time of year: While I love cuddling up on the couch on a cold night, I don’t love the spike in energy bills I see when I run my central heater.
I’ve become a huge fan of space heaters since I joined Sylvane. They’re inexpensive, easy-to-move, and give off targeted warmth where you really need it. I tend to turn my thermostat down and use a good space heater in my living room (and then my bedroom at night). This plan actually keeps me warmer and saves me some money too.
A top consumer reporting agency just released its top picks for single-room heaters. Lets take a look at why these models ranked so highly and who should consider adding one to their home:
See what heaters made the list!
Posted by Tony on November 11th, 2014
It looks like more than 200 million people will get a very cold welcome to winter in the coming days, as the Polar Vortex slams into most of the United States. This pocket of very cold, windy air has people scrambling to prepare their homes for another cold winter. Winterizing your home is perhaps more important now than ever—whether or not the cold Polar Vortex hits your home state.
Preparing your home for winter takes a bit of effort, but it pays off and can save you money on heating costs. Winter is an ideal time to reconnect with friends and family, so don’t let unexpected Polar Vortex or frigid weather get in your way. Follow these 6 easy steps on how to winterize a house: See our 6 suggestions for winterizing your home
Posted by Tony on November 5th, 2014
Camping is a great weekend getaway during fall and even winter months, as hiking and the seeing the leaves change is perfect this time of year. You have to be prepared though: A shift in weather, particularly with unpredictable winter weather, can make for an uncomfortable and potentially dangerous time.
Still, winter weather doesn’t have to mean the end of camping. Here are some simple camping tips and tricks that are sure to keep outdoor enthusiasts comfortable even in the coldest temperatures. See how to stay warm during winter camping!
Posted by Tony on October 21st, 2014
Cold weather has definitely arrived, but don’t tell football fans. Chances are they won’t care anyways. Die-hard fans are preparing for the second (and most important) half of football season, and being ready for long, cold days of tailgating is a must. The goal is to stay warm without compromising the fun. If you follow these 5 tailgating tips, you’ll stay healthy and comfortable even in the coldest football weather. See our 5 tips for having the perfect winter football tailgate!
Posted by Tony on October 7th, 2014
I was lucky enough to experience “Dyson at the Fox”, the company’s most interactive training yet. A few of us from Sylvane had the privilege to test drive several of their new and existing products. I learned a lot of cool stuff and found my new favorite product! Check out my photos from the training and see which products I was most impressed with below.
Read about my Dyson experience!
Posted by Tony on September 24th, 2014
Don’t let the end of summer mean the end of enjoying your outdoor space! For some reason once fall arrives, people pack it in for winter.
Personally, I’m not ready to kick my patio to the curb. Consider these tips so you can enjoy your patio or deck even as cooler temperatures roll in.
Add A Heat Source
One of the easiest ways to enjoy your deck or backyard long after summer is to add a patio heater. Available in attractive tabletop or full-size designs, these heaters add quiet warmth and ambiance to any space. They also have various finish options, so it’s easy to find one that matches your porch decor. Lava Heat offers commercial-grade patio heaters for large spaces, while brands like Southern Enterprises use gel fuel to provide heat to smaller spaces.
Other people prefer a centralized heat source that guests and family members can gather around, like a fireplace or fire pit. While these require more maintenance and upkeep, they provide a centralized gathering place to help keep you warm. Whether you go with a standard heater or fire pit, adding a heat source will do wonders to your space–not just by adding heat, but by creating a relaxing patio getaway right outside your back door. See more helpful tips below!
Posted by Tony on August 29th, 2014
Our Labor Day sale is bigger than ever: We’re offering 20% off select dehumidifiers and ACs, major Dyson discounts, and 10% off site wide (some exclusions apply). So whether you need a new dehumidifier or space heater—or you’re simply stocking up on replacement filters or parts—now is a great time to click around our site.
These discounts are available all Labor Day weekend, from 8/29/14 to 9/1/14. Read on for more details on how you can save this weekend!
Learn all the great deals we're offering for Labor Day weekend!
Posted by Tony on August 5th, 2014
Is summer really almost over? If my morning commute was any indication, the answer is definitely yes. While the end of summer really only affects my commute and time spent at the pool, there are parents across the country sending kids off to college for the first time.
Described as “the best 4 years of your life,” college living situations (particularly old, dirty dorms) are generally less than ideal. I was in for quite a shock when I first walked into my dorm room–it was dusty, hot, and a far cry from the house I grew up in…and for better or worse, my college apartments never got much better.
So whether your child is off to college for the first time or heading back after summer, they’re probably entering a less-than-desirable living situation. Here are some must-have products to improve their air quality and keep them comfortable for the school year ahead.
The Eva-Dry E-100 is a unique disposable product that removes moisture and odors for up to 60 days. Its carbon and micro-absorbing crystals absorb moisture, musty odors, and allergens from closets, storage bins, and other small areas. They’re ideal for college students who don’t have easy access to laundry facilities and are living in small dorm rooms with poor air quality.
Even better, they fit into any college student’s budget since they cost around $20. In fact, the Eliminator buckets are on sale right now! See more dorm room must-haves!
Posted by Tony on May 23rd, 2014
Summer has finally arrived, and we’re as excited as anyone here in Atlanta. If you’re prepping your home for the summer heat, take advantage of our site-wide Memorial Day sale! We’re offering 10% off ALL types of air conditioners, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, vacuums, and more (some exclusions apply). Check out some of the products we have on sale this Memorial Day weekend:
Posted by Tony on March 20th, 2014
Dyson recently announced a voluntary recall on their popular AM04 and AM05 heater fans. The recall announcement came after 4 products created “contained” fires, reportedly started by internal burn-outs in the heating element.
For more information or to register your Dyson AM04 or AM05 for the recall, visit the Dyson Recall Site.
An innovator in home appliances, Dyson first introduced their fans in 2009 and released the heater version in 2011. These unique fans and heater fans use air multiplier technology instead of traditional fan blades. Dyson’s standard fans (without heat) aren’t affected by the recall since they don’t include the heating element.
Dyson suggests all owners of AM04 and AM05 models visit their recall site to get the ball rolling and receive directions on how to proceed. They’re releasing new information soon, so check back here or visit their recall site for more information. You can also contact Dyson’s helpline at 1-866-297-5303.
Posted by Tony on January 31st, 2014
We’ve been saying it for a while now: This has been a crazy winter. Little did we know just how crazy it would get here in Atlanta until midday Tuesday. That’s when all hell, and the latest “Snowpocolypse,” broke out. After a few inches of snow and ice, thousands of car accidents, and a full-blown city shutdown, the dust (or ice?) has finally settled.
The political and economic consequences are still the talk-of-the-town, but this storm proved one thing: With Mother Nature, you really just never know. I’ll leave the political conversation to Al Roker, Kasim Reed, and the various news outlets asking the tough questions. As some people are just getting home after 48+ hours away from their families, let’s take a look back at the craziness: See photos from an ice-filled Atlanta!
Posted by Ivey on January 17th, 2014
When the frigid weather, compliments of a polar vortex, rolled in, I was in a mountain cabin and terrified. That’s right, terrified. This Southern girl wanted to get away from the cold, wind, and snowfall as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, when I arrived home to my beloved bungalow, I had more winter weather worries. While my home has endless amounts of character and charm, it can often be short on warmth during the winter.
Check out 5 Tips For Staying Warm This Winter!
Posted by Tony on January 8th, 2014
Regardless of where you are in the country, you’re probably pretty cold at this point. Very few of us here in Atlanta were prepared for the 6 degree temperature we woke up to earlier this week. On top of that, the central heat in our office is having major issues, leaving us less than toasty at our desks. Luckily, we have a warehouse full of heaters onsite.
We scattered a few space heaters around the coldest parts of the office, and good news: They really helped! Check out how we used different heaters and my suggestions based on our experience. You may want to consider getting one—as we learned, you never know when a crazy cold front (or the Polar Vortex) will wreak havoc on your day.
For Offices or Small Conference Rooms
Our offices and conference rooms got the coldest—being cut off from the rest of the office space and full of windows, they were pretty frigid. We used the Vornado Touchstone Vortex Heater in a small conference room and a few offices. This one impressed me a lot because its fan really pushed warm air around the space. Capable of heating rooms up to 16 X 16 feet, it also comes with tons of cool features. A thermostatic remote control actually senses the temperature around it to ensure an even room temperature is maintained. You can also set your exact room temperature with this one (while a lot of space heaters only let you pick a low or high heat setting). The Vortex TVH-600 also has a programmable timer, an LCD screen, and various safety features.
Find Out More About Which Space Heaters Worked For Us!