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Kohler Design Center

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During my brief visit to Wisconsin I contacted Kohler (at the last minute) about a possible visit.  Within an hour I was pleasantly greeted by Kohler representative, Lauren Aust and senior designer Travis Rotelli. They took their time to introduce the new Kohler products and show me around the Kohler Design Center which is awesome!

I’ll have a follow up article shortly but for now I wanted to share my 100 plus photos. Enjoy!




  1. This is a wonderful post and a great tips for maintaining furnance and home heating system.Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Thanks for the furnace maintenance tips. I’ll be keeping this in mind. We already have the heat we need for the rest of the winter. I do hope that it stays that way here in Edmonton. Everyone would want the weather to cooperate, right? Anyway, I’ve read in another blog that you can save more money if you’ll do the maintenance before you actually start to use the heater. I guess that’s a good maintenance tip as well.

  3. The thing about the power source should be checked, too whenever you’re planning to buy a heater. Personally, I rather go electric, since it’s safer from any leaks and what-nots, from gasoline-powered ones. It’s a bonus that it has a fuse, in-case it short-circuits.

  4. Maintenance and regular checking is really the key for a long lasting furnace or any heating system. With a proper care, you can maximize its use and guarantee its long operational work.

  5. Replace an outdoor above-ground storage tank that has been uncovered for 10 years or longer. These tanks rust from the inside out, so cleaning or painting the outside does not usually prolong their life.

  6. Plankton says:


  7. Did you know that you could actually save energy by properly maintaining your heating system well? Keeping it in top shape makes it exert less effort to heat up your rooms. Clean out its power source and burner as well, and make sure that you clean out anything that obstructs your heater from releasing that warmy goodness.

  8. Good share!! This post explains the good knowledge about how to check your furnace and home heating system. This post is very beneficial for the maintenance of heating system and furnace at home.  I will recommend all my friends  to follow this post.

  9. I always had problem in my furnace and these tips really going to work for me.. I was actually looking for the tips shared by you.. I am actually not aware of the facts and really I will look forward to them

  10. This is absolutely right that a broken heater or bad insulation can lead to the uncomfortable situation of living in a cold house.I like this post.This is well informative.Thanks to share this content.Keep it up.

  11. The durability and reusability of the iHeater Infrared Heater and its
    parts is quite impressive.  The durable air filters that come with the
    iHeater are actually washable and they are reusable.

  12. Nice post and thanks for the tips for telling us how to check and maintain furnace and home heating system. hopefully all will appreciate your work.

  13. Air heating systems rely on the same type of ducts used by heat pumps and air conditioners.I like this content.The written skill is so good.This is an amazing.I appreciate to this content.Thanks to share this blog with us.Keep it up.

  14. Air heating systems rely on the same type of ducts used by heat pumps and air conditioners.I like this content.The written skill is so good.This is an amazing.I appreciate to this content.Thanks to share this blog with us.Keep it up.

  15. Thanks for guiding about in maintaining furnace and home heating system it has giving good knowledge which is maintaining the system of furnace door , check the furnace etc.

  16. This is a a nice content.If your home may have one of several types of heating systems they can range from blowing hot air through ductwork.This is a great information.Thanks to share this blog.Keep sharing.I will keep share in fiuture.

  17. This is
    an amazing.The traditional home heating systems you may encounter during your
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  18. This is a
    well information that central heating differs from local heating in that the
    heat generation occurs in one place.I like this content.Thanks to share this
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  19. Thanks for the tips, hope I can consider the maintaining of furnance as -problem solve x)

  20. This information would be very helpful for me. I would definitely follow these steps. I think now i can also reduce the heating system maintenance cost also. It would also 
    ensure good working condition of your heater.

  21. Now  i can handle all the small problems related to my furnace at home. In this way i can also save my money on any mechanic. Now can regularly check the furnace to avoid any type furnace working problem in the future.

  22. Hello..
    For many people cleaning the heating systems is a very tough job as they don’t know the right technique of it. I have gathered a huge knowledge being here. I will definitely follow such steps.

  23. Nice post.Thank
    you for sharing some good things!!

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  25. such a great info!
    its help me a lot..thanks for sharing! keep it up ya

  26. furnace spares says:

    Before starting any furnace cleaning, the furnace should be turned off. The gas supply should also be shut off for furnaces that use natural gas for heating. All surfaces of the furnace should be wiped down with a clean rag.

  27. Security must be the first priority for individuals. So if you use any kind of electric things then check all security measures first and then install it to your house. After that check its safety features time to time.

  28. Audrey Heffner says:

    Could you maybe put this into a slideshow, I had to quit after photo 15, after waiting for the whole page to load and me having to scroll back up to it due to your large headers. I clicked on the photos, looking for the arrows to go to the next one, but all there was was an x to go back to the whole shebang. Also, comments on what we’re looking at would be great!

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