Warm your home or office the American-made way
We're sure you don’t need your friends at the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) to tell you this, but please allow us to overstep our boundaries: It’s cold out there!
If you’ve reached the point where you’re considering new heating options for your home, we’ve got an idea for you: the Envi heater.
We chose to build the envi heater in the USA, primarily for quality and safety reasons, but also because this would be a way for us to "give back" by helping to create American jobs.
Eheat.com makes three different models of its wall-mounted, electric panel heater. Each runs for the same price, $139.95. The heaters are fanless, operating a 100 percent convection system. The site suggests these heaters, which come with built-in thermostats, will help users save up to 50% percent on heating bills.
An economically priced, American-made heater that will help save money on heating bills? Works for us.
Check out the Envi heater on eheat.com.
Image from eheat.com
Related recent Blogs
- U.S. Named Among “Rising Global Stars” in Manufacturing • by elizabethbb • 08/20/2014
- Yes, Manufacturing Jobs Are Coming Back. But Will Progress Happen Fast Enough? • by elizabethbb • 08/18/2014
- No Electricity Needed for Corter Leather & Cloth • by elizabethbb • 08/15/2014
- Five Tests Walmart Must Pass to Show its 'Made In America' Street Cred • by spaul • 08/13/2014
- More Evidence the "Jobs Recovery" Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be • by elizabethbb • 08/12/2014
- More Work to Do, Indeed • by elizabethbb • 08/11/2014
- August 11, 2014: Chinese Textile Manufacturing ... in the Carolinas • by mmcmullan • 08/11/2014
- Maury’s clothing line: “Made in America, without compromise.” • by mmcmullan • 08/08/2014
- August 8, 2014: Maury is a close second to trade data in our book • by mmcmullan • 08/08/2014
- No, Technology Isn’t an Automatic Job Killer • by elizabethbb • 08/07/2014