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During HeatingHelp.com’s Dead Men Tales podcast, industry expert and master storyteller Dan Holohan shares the stories behind the work and fun facts you may not know about heating history.
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John D. Clarke knew how to heat a 70-room cottage in 1893. And he got it right the very first time.
You never know what you’ll come across when you’re the heating person. It’s a wonderful life.
Did you know that the first pressure relief valve was invented in 1681 because the King of England really liked jelly? And that the first gravity heating system was used...
In the 1940s, William Levitt built a community of 17,447 homes, completing one house every two hours.
In this episode, Dan Holohan shares how the 1918-19 pandemic changed the way we pipe heating systems and the type of windows we use, why radiators are painted silver, and...