Eugene residents are protecting their homes during the winter season

Residents are going above and beyond to keep their amenities safe during the cold weather.

Posted: Feb 8, 2019 8:20 AM
Updated: Feb 8, 2019 8:20 AM

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yesterday afternoon and are you wondering what you should use around the house to stay warm and protect your amenities? kezi nine news reporter daijah peterson is live in a eugene daijah, where are you at? is the snow falling where you sean and bryan right now i'm defrosting in the ca? but i want to show you all my new heater i bought the other day. i'm definitely going to use this in the newsroom. bu? i'm sure people want to know tips and tricks they can use to survive this we spoke to tom phillips who works at jerry's and he gave us some great advice on things we should use aound the house during these cold months. portable heaters, pipe insulation, heat tapes, faucet cover? there's a list of items that can make your life much easier during these chilling times. we spoke with a eugene residen? "basically building a lot of fires and my radiance system heat went out for my floor heat, so i just had to put a new expansion tank. so we're just staying on top of everything, and burning the fire place all day and all night." phillips also tells us to disconnect if you would like more information on what to do at home or in your car during the winte? head to our website at kezi dot
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