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 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!