La Quinta Inn Kansas City Lenexa

Address: 9461 Lenexa Drive, Lenexa, Kansas, 66215-3836, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 9461 Lenexa Drive, Lenexa, is near South African Jewish Museum, University of Cape Town, Houses of Parliament, and Black Dog Coffeehouse.
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      Travel Blogs from Lenexa

      Examining The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

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      Evaluating The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

      A travel blog entry by sethart24 on Dec 11, 2014

      ... the actual cost of 'ownership'. Heat pumps do not produce heat; they simply move it. And because they just move heat from one location to another, they make use of a lot less electrical power. Add to this the scarcity of replacement parts frequently associated with conventional systems like heaters and air ...

      Assessing The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

      A travel blog entry by sethart24 on Dec 10, 2014

      ... real cost of 'ownership'. Heat pumps do not create heat; they merely move it. And considering that they only transfer heat from one location to another, they make use of a lot less electrical energy. Add to this the scarcity of replacement parts frequently associated with conventional systems like heaters and ...

      Evaluating The True Heat Pump Cost Of Ownership

      A travel blog entry by sethart24 on Dec 10, 2014

      ... pumps don't create heat; they just move it. And since they just move heat from one location to another, they make use of a lot less electricity. Conventional heaters and air conditioners that cool or create heat consume tons of electricity. And this is the true expense that should be taken into consideration, not the up-front price tag of an appliance.