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Yes, you can have hot water off grid! My guide goes over all the different DIY and modern techniques to build an off grid water heater.

Yes, you can have hot water off grid! My guide goes over all the different DIY and modern techniques to build an off grid water heater.

A solar furnace could keep a single room nice and warm on a sunny day. This would be great if the power went out as you wouldn't have to use any of your fuel. #urbansurvivalsite #solar #solarenergy #offgrid #diy

A solar furnace could keep a single room nice and warm on a sunny day. This would be great if the power went out as you wouldn't have to use any of your fuel. #urbansurvivalsite #solar #solarenergy #offgrid #diy

When you think of versatile project materials, flower pots don’t really come to mind, do they? To most of us, they seem purely decorative. To Ben Galt, though, they’re so much more. What he does with them in this video really is genius, and we guarantee you’ll never guess how handy it’ll be this winter. Winters can take a toll on your finances with the amount of money you spend on heating. We’re all trying to cut costs and save money. If there’s anything that can help us achieve that, we’re ...

This DIY guide will show you how to make an inexpensive and effective pot heater using terra cotta flower pots. Learn how to transform your existing flower pots into a heater that can help you stay warm during the winter months.

Ceramic Oil Heater--another version of the "Candle-Lamp"

After the successful operation of my Candle-lamp design, I decided to research oil burning lamps. The benefits of using oil as fuel for a ceramic heater inspired me to create my newest design, this…

How to make a Flower Pot Heater

Power go out unexpectedly in your area? Here's a very simple, dirt cheap homemade heater made out of Flower pots and tealights that you can put together in under 5 minutes flat- and here's the kicker, It Actually WORKS.