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A family friend of mine is renting a cottage in CT through the winter. It is only for a couple of months, and she is concerned about her heating situation.
She is forced to use electric, and I am stumped for any suggestions.
The baseboard she is using now stays at a cool 60 DEG no matter what.
The dyson heating and cooling ring seems cutting edge and sexy, but I am not sure if it is worth the money.
It will be a costly winter nevertheless. Any suggestions for a cost effective electric heating solution?
You pick up a piece of old iron and it tells a tale.
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