ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were approximately 4.1 million new babies born in the past year, which means there are as many as 4.1 million new mothers to celebrate this Mother's Day. Instead of treating the mothers in your life with traditional gifts like flowers or breakfast in bed that can only be enjoyed for a short time, buy mom a gift that will stand the test of time. Celebrate moms, grandmothers, and aunts everywhere with ECO-heater (www.ecoheat.com) this Mother's Day!
The ECO-heater is a space heater that uses convection technology, a highly efficient process that silently circulates air. The ECO-heater warms the air between the unit and the wall which rises and then cold air is drawn up from the floor unit which is then heated. Thus warm air circulates throughout the room silently instead of being blown around by noisy fans and motors that can break. The result is a silent space heater that uses only 400 watts of electricity, or the equivalent to 4 incandescent light bulbs. This reduction in energy use has an added benefit: it could reduce total heating costs by as much as 50%.
"An ECO-Heater is the perfect Mother's Day gift," said Gordon Livingston of ECO-heater. "It allows your mom to experience the comfort and pampering of warmth whenever she desires. Her heart will be warmed each time she switches it on and remembers the thoughtful gift."
Perfect for use in a bathroom, bedroom, living space, or even an office, ECO-heater can be turned on to make any room a cozy, relaxing retreat, something that every mom deserves at the end of a long, busy day. Paired with a book and a luxurious pair of slippers, an ECO-heater is a Mother's Day gift that will deliver relaxation on demand for years to come.
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For further information about ECO-heater or for media related inquiries, please contact Lindsey Beedle of Christie Communications (www.christiecomm.com) at 805.969.3744 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.