- Hot Water Heaters
Hot water heaters are used to heat water for residential or commercial purposes. Most hot water heaters use electricity or gas, and may use a tank or be tank-less style.
- Hot Charcoal Briquettes in a Grill (Digital Video)
Hot charcoal briquettes glow and flicker in this close-up view of a barbeque grill heat source.
- Solar Water Heaters
Solar water heaters can be used to heat swimming pools and hot tubs, or provide water for an entire family's needs. Both passive and active solar water heating systems are available.
- Room Air Conditioner below a Window (Digital Image)
Sunlight shines on a shiny wooden floor in an empty room, while a room air conditioner keeps things cool. Hot summer days and muggy nights can be uncomfortable, which is why many people install room air conditioners.
- Chinese Restaurants Directory
Browse this Chinese restaurant directory for information about Chinese restaurants in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts chopsticks and red hot sauce in a Chinese restaurant.
Aboveground Pool (Photograph)
This bright blue aboveground pool looks perfect for taking a luxurious dip on a hot summer afternoon. The pool is encased in decking material with added steps, giving the illusion that it is built into the ground.
Kiddie Pool (Photograph)
This boy is happy to be enjoying a swim in his bright blue inflatable aboveground pool. Aboveground pools are less expensive than in ground pools and are perfect for cooling off when the weather is hot.
- Central Air Conditioning
Picture of a central air conditioning compressor partially covered with snow. Central air conditioning is a luxury on hot summer days, and a must in sticky, humid climates.
- How Central Air Works
Central air conditioning helps keeps home and buildings cool on hot, muggy days. Learn more about how it works with this helpful guide to central air.
Do-It-Yourself Project (Photograph)
Tile saws have integrated water coolants that are used to keep the diamond blade from becoming too hot. Tile saws feature adjustable fences that are used to make angled cuts and square cuts, which allows the tile to fit into customizable spaces.
Floor Lamp Clip Art (Illustration)
Floor lamps do provide some safety concerns. The heavy tops are susceptible to toppling over, causing damage to the lamp and possibly its surroundings. Additionally, most torchiere lamps use halogen bulbs, which become extremely hot while in use.
Jewelry Tools (Photograph)
A variety of jewelry tools are placed in a line on a wooden jeweler's bench. The tools include a rasp, a hammer, a file, and tweezers. A hot flame can be used to shape and manipulate metals into desired, creative shapes.
- Window Air Conditioner (Photograph)
A window air conditioning unit is placed in the window of a home, ensuring cool air for the rooms inside. On a hot, humid day, the interior of a home can be transformed with a mere push of a button.
A skier in a yellow helmet and yellow outerwear skis down a steep mountain incline, leaving a spray of snow behind him. If the bright blue skies don't warm the skier on the way down, a cup of hot chocolate awaits him at the bottom.
- Black Cowboy Hat on a Fence Post (Digital Image)
For calf roping in the hot sun, a cowboy hat is a must. Just staying on the horse's back requires enough concentration without having to think about an ill-fitting hat that won't protect the rider and then falls off.
- Metal Ladder in an Inground Swimming Pool (Digital Image)
A chrome ladder dips into an inviting cerulean-blue inground pool. Feel the heat on the bottom of your feet as you walk across the tiles to the ladder. Dip a toe in the water, or go for the plunge.
- Two Antique Skis Against a Wooden Barrel (Digital Image)
A pair of antique skis leans against a wooden barrel. When there is snow on the ground, nothing is better than putting on your ski equipment and heading downhill. Put on your helmet, gloves, skis, and boots, and grab your poles.
- Window Air Conditioners (Digital Image)
Vertical and horizontal rows of air conditioners appear in the windows of a skyscraper.
- Scientist Adjusting a Bunsen Burner Flame (Digital Video)
A laboratory worker adjusts the flame on a Bunsen burner so that it becomes blue and burns hot.