DIY ProjectsCreate Free Extra Heat by Diverting Dryer Exhaust in Winter

Create Free Extra Heat by Diverting Dryer Exhaust in Winter

These days more than just the frugal are on the lookout for ways to cut down on household costs and expenses. One of those ways is to cut down on the waste of valuable energy and turn it into heat for the house. This video was created to help introduce the watcher to unique way to take advantage of the heat that is frequently wasted through exhaust vent hose and out of the house.

Create Free Extra Heat by Diverting Dryer Exhaust in Winter

This video is from Frugal Green Girl where it is accessible by anyone who is looking for this type thing. The dryer heat diverter that is described in video simply diverts the warm air from going out of the house through exhaust hose attached to the dryer and directs it into the room. This is a super inexpensive way to keep that heat for your home during cold months. When the weather gets warm again simply turn the diverter to divert the heat from the dryer to vent outdoors once more. Simple, easy and all that heat from drying your clothing will help say on your heating bills because it is heat that is already there and so will cost you nothing.

Benefits of watching the DIY Project: Create Free Extra Heat by Diverting Dyer Exhaust in Winter

It explains how very easy it is to use this wasted heat to increase comfort level of your home in the winter.
It shows how really easy it would be for anyone to make for themselves.
The video format makes it really easy for the presenter to explain in great detail how easy it is use it.


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Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.


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