I live in Central Ontario and wonder if there is anyway of heating a water pail or bucket outside in the winter without using electricity. Is there such a thing and if so where can it be located?

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You can build your own solar collecter if you are handy with tools.
There is a web site from the uk with instructions and photos. Plus other sites that may help.
Or just google build your own solar heater, cost will be around $800 depending on parts required
Thanks for that! I shall take a look!
Hi Leah: Where can you get the floating heaters? Are they totally without electricity? Would love to know. I live in Ontario. Where are you from? Hope it is close to be able to find them. Gail.


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