It takes a lot of energy to heat water, much more than it takes to heat the same volume of air. For example, you would have to operate a 100-watt light bulb for about 36 minutes to heat one cubic foot of water by one degree Fahrenheit. The same volume of air would heat up in less than one second with the same light bulb.
The temperatures are dropping, and Nashville’s trees are shedding their leaves and green color—so what are you going to do to keep cozy this fall and winter in your own home? If you haven’t yet taken the following measures to winterize your whole home, E3 Innovate is here to prepare you for the winter with these energy saving weatherization tips!