Anywhere it will catch the sun, and usually on the roof.
What heater? heater in your house? heater in your water bowl? There is probably salt and/or other minerals on the heater that he is licking off.
Not enough info. Car heater? House heater? Gas? electric? Water?
A heater may not be keeping a house warm because it is too small for the space. An older heater may not be performing as it should. If you are getting no heat from the heater, you may have blown a fuse and should check the circuit breaker box.
with a heater
muffins on a heater
== == call a repairman
The plumbing in my house needs replacing. Which is the best hot water heater on the market?
If your heater is running more than usual and still not heating your house as it should you probably need a repair. Also, if your enery bill has increased lately or the house is unevenly heated you should have your heater checked.
plug a block heater plug into any household 120 electrical outlet just like plugging in a heater in your house
You'll need to be far more specific. What sort of heater? What kind of controls does it have? Thermostat settings?
he locks him in the house and doesnt let him out.
Flies can have babies almost anywhere, including your house.
if you have money, you can rent a house anywhere
A baseboard heater will fall into this category.
it can be kept anywhere. wherever you desire. your house, a hall anywhere wherever you wish.
Your house may be well insulated, or your heater is on because it is a cold day
Yep. The water heater will warm up the area in which the water heater is located. You will find out later if it is sufficient heating.
It is just an electric heater. The only savings comes from keeping the rest of the house really chilly, and using the "Amish heater" to electrically warm a small area.
A house is a building...............a home can be anywhere that someone lives, be it a house, a tent, an apartment, etc.
In the garage, in holes in your house, in cabinets, anywhere really!
Home heater systems can be both gas and electric. The most common options are a fake fireplace, a portable space heater or just a plain old heater routed throughout the house.