Grow rooms are great for the gardener who wants to exercise their green thumb year-round. But they can be a source of frustration if they’re not planned properly. One of the biggest issues indoor growers face is temperature control.
Indoor grow rooms typically require special lights to help plants thrive. However, these lights are oftentimes very hot and, if the grow room’s temperature isn’t regulated, can cause plants to die.
To ensure your plants don’t meet this miserable fate, there are a few key pieces of cooling equipment you’ll want to invest in when building your grow room.
Not sure how to heat a barn? Like any industrial or commercial space, barns present their own unique set of heating requirements, and special consideration is needed before the proper heat source can be chosen.
Due to a typical barn’s size, infrastructure, and various purposes, a heat source that may be fine for your home won’t necessarily be appropriate (or safe) for your barn. We at Total Home Supply are committed to helping our customers choose only the best possible heaters for their own needs, and this post is designed to help you consider everything you need to know about heating a barn.
Looking for an efficient alternative to wood-burning fireplaces? Gas logs are the answer for those who want to add a realistic fire to their home without all the mess and stress.
Gas logs look like real wood logs but instead are made of ceramic, which is resistant to high heat. In addition to the logs themselves, each gas log set also features a burner and (optionally) a thermostatic valve, which supplies the flame.
Blue Flame vs Radiant Heat: Which is Right for You?
With the cost of heating skyrocketing, more people are looking for ways to limit the amount energy they use. One way to add warmth without turning the thermostat all the way up is to use a gas vent-free heater as an additional heating source.
Offered in both natural gas and liquid propane, the two main types of vent-free heaters are blue flame and radiant (infrared). While both types work at 99.9% efficiency, how they deliver heat is a little different. Read on to learn the difference between blue flame vs radiant heaters to help you decide which type is right for you.
Winter may not be everybody’s favorite season, but it’s arguably the coziest. And what could be cozier than a warm fire in the comfort of your own home?
Traditional wood-burning fireplaces are great for heat and ambiance, but many people are turned off by the mess and frustration that comes with them. Gas and electric fireplaces can offer terrific alternatives, but there is still a lot to consider when making such a purchase. What kind of fireplace would best reflect what you want out of a heating/lighting unit, and which model would best suit the existing interior of your home? Let’s discuss the features of the three main types of fireplaces and highlight the pros and cons of each.