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Canned Heat – How to Make an Emergency Heater

Canned Heat – How to Make an Emergency Heater You have probably heard about it yourself, Some city or other has a power outage in the dead of winter and as a result of it, a few people freeze to death. The victims are almost always older people who can’t get out, can’t create heat by …

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Off Grid Window Box Solar Heater Doubles As a Sun Oven!

Off Grid Window Box Solar Heater Doubles As a Sun Oven! Are you interested in off-grid options to save money at home? One of the best options is to use ways to harness solar power. Solar power can be used for hot water and to heat your home. All you will need to do add …

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Flower Pot Heater – Costs Just 4 Cents An Hour To Run

Flower Pot Heater – Costs Just 4 Cents An Hour To Run You may have seen a model that sits on a bread tin, these models can make the bread tin become very hot and cause damage to the surface it is sitting on. With this model as you can see they are hanging so …

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How To Make A Chicken Water Heater For Under $4

How To Make A Chicken Water Heater For Under $4 If you are tired of hauling water to your chickens twice a day because it’s frozen. Here is a great article from citygirlfarmingblog.com, they have put together this article on how to make your own water heater for your chickens, best of all you can make …

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How To Build A Homemade Water Heater

How To Build A Homemade Water Heater How to build a cheap and easy water heater to use for camping, hunting cabins, or anywhere that hot water isn’t readily available. Also  included is pictures of the finished product. All in-home water heaters use a lot of energy but the one I built uses less than …

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Portable Wood Fired Pizza Oven/Patio Heater

Portable Wood Fired Pizza Oven/Patio Heater I have got to say that this image above does not do this DIY stove justice it is amazing and very simple to do with a bit of diy knowledge.. This might just be my favourite DIY stove of all time.  I love the fact that it has an additional …

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