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Seek Thermal, the Eaton Corporation and Haier America will be featured on the May 20, 2016 show on Lifetime®.
(DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – May 19, 2016) Designing Spaces®, the award-winning home improvement show, will feature some of the most trusted names in thermal imaging, back-up power systems and central HVAC systems on Friday, May 20, 2016 at 7:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime® with an encore presentation airing on May 27, 2016.
These featured segments will take center stage on Designing Spaces:
Detecting Home Repairs – with Seek Thermal
Having a complete set of tools is just what the motivated DIYer needs, but what about detection? How do you know where there may be an electrical problem in a wall, or where your HVAC system has a leak? Used by professionals, a thermal imager can put you on the right track. People think thermal imaging is something for the military, police, or high end contractors, and some military thermal imaging gear can cost up to fifty thousand dollars. However, innovations and advancements in infrared sensing technologies have made these cameras affordable and accessible to the average homeowner today. The Seek Compact, from Seek Thermal, is a small, lightweight camera that plugs directly into your iOS or Android device and uses a free app to turn it into a powerful thermal imager. With it, homeowners have a versatile tool that opens up a whole new world of detection for a safe and efficient home. Go to www.thermal.com/ for more information.
Protect Your Home from Power Outages – with Eaton
According to Eaton’s 2015 Blackout Tracker Annual Report, electrical power outages, surges and spikes are estimated to cost the U.S. economy up to 150 billion dollars a year in damages and affect 13.2 million people. Whether caused by a utility power failure, falling trees, or weather disasters, homeowners are experiencing more power outages than ever before. These outages represent a huge monetary impact for homeowners – from spoiled food, to lack of heat or air conditioning. Eaton has safe, reliable and automatic solutions to help keep the power on and protect valuable electronics. Eaton supports a nationwide network of certified electrical contractors that offer some of the highest quality services to homeowners: Eaton Certified Contractor Network (ECCN). Visit http://myhome.eaton.com to learn more.
Reducing the Impact of Renovations on Heating and Cooling – with Haier America
Whether it’s winter or summer, we all enjoy comfortable temperatures in the house. But sometimes home renovations and upgrades result in added rooms or converted spaces that are beyond the reach of a central HVAC system. The best way to bring cool or heated air to these spaces, or to renovate an older home that cannot retrofit an HVAC system, is with a Ductless mini-split system. Ductless mini-split systems consist of an indoor unit (evaporator) and an outdoor unit (condenser). The evaporator is connected to the condenser by copper tubing and electrical wiring which is passed through a 2 ¾ – 3” hole hidden behind the unit. The mini-splits can be used where duct work is not possible in older homes or room additions, and can provide precise temperature control in each room for maximum comfort. In this episode of Designing Spaces, viewers will visit one home with a recently installed Haier ductless mini-split system to see how it’s working. Go to www.haierductless.com for more information.
About Designing Spaces
Entering its 11th season, Designing Spaces continues to be one of America’s favorite home improvement shows. The show inspires viewers on decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects and step-by-step home improvements to help make every space count and provide solutions to help you enjoy the space you live, work and play in. Designing Spaces’ Family of Spaces includes Think Green Spaces, Kids Spaces and its widely popular Spaces of Hope which prides itself on assisting people and places in dire need of a makeover including children’s shelters, animal shelters, military families and more. Designing Spaces airs Thursdays and Fridays at 7:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television. For more information or to view special segments visit www.designingspaces.tv.
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