Princess S: @ GoodLife lab can u list products and pricing
Face Blankets Plus: This video came out before the Face Blanket was invented, a real game changer to save on heating costs
EppingForest304: The layering of drapes & foil is good
N. Scott: Hey, I finely got around to putting that shrink wrap stuff on our windows this winter, a bit of the same situation where we are, it works for AZ. Thanks for sharing.
Penny Dean: I really like your video and would like to use it on my website April's Household Tips & Tricks if that is okay with you?
Mike M: Good work Wendy! There are other ways to heat free with passive solar with minimum investment. Solar hot air heaters are a good one to try. Simple and low cost. Finding ways to store solar is the biggest challenge for when the sun goes down but free daytime gain is very helpful. I saw some DC electric hot water heater elements that would work good in your climate with a PV solar panel. Thanks for the video. Your place looks great.
Nathan Gale: Don't allow yourself to freeze or sweat in your home, nor to spend a dime more for unnecessary energy costs.
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Cecilie M: You can also put sand in a couple of buckets, in the back yard! The sun will heat the sand all day or two! Bring them in the house and they will heat up a couple of rooms all night! Sleeping in comfort, is a beautiful thing!! :))
tom tom: I don't know but..gorgeous lady...
mike force: that's because the inside of the trailer is also in the teens! at no time do you explain the interior temps. i'm just being partially sarcastic. G. washington oriented his house to take advantage of summer-breeze direction to act as a natural air conditioner. It's smart to use whatever you can for free. you could build a heater to burn waste oil (people will give it away) or scrap paper briquettes. good luck
steve b: "Good morning, it's morning". Duh?!?
steve b: So where is this place that is NEVER cloudy?
Jimmy JukeBox420: when i stayed at my buddys ; brothers house ; the brother was out of town and the buddy stayed at his business shop ; i kept the thermostat at 62 degrees ; i slept on the second floor ; it was a bi-level or tri-level ; i don't know ; but at night and day ; i was fine ; when my buddy would stop by ; he said its freezing in here dude ; i said h what temperature do you keep your thermostat at work ; he said 75 or 80 its a drafty buliding ; I laughed real loud & hard ; I said dude its what a person gets accustomed too ; then i said you heat your place of work like your an old lady ; you should stop cause when your old ; you may have to raise thermostat even higher when u get chilly; ;
i like comfortable temps
Mike D: Great ideas.
Hannible 100: So what you do is close the curtains at night and open them in the morning? Wtf?
Paulina_Allure: Love this video ! Enjoyed watching it !
madam firefly: this wouldnt cut it for more then 0seconds in WI LOL
Denisse walcar: i wish i lived in a sunny location :(