The Forced Air Conduit for Directing Air into Bedding is an apparatus that pre-heats a bed prior to use.
Inventor Dee Paul Herbert, a journeyman electrician from Ogden, UT has created an apparatus that pre-heats a bed prior to use.
Since people spend approximately one third of their lifetime sleeping, being comfortable while sleeping is of utmost importance. Many people turn to electric blankets to keep them warm in bed. However, studies have shown that the close proximity to the electromagnetic fields generated by the blanket can be detrimental to ones health. In addition, even if the electric blanket is only used to preheat the bed prior to use, a high amount of electric power is used, resulting in costly power bills. Whats more, electric blankets can present a fire hazard. Inventor Herbert has created a means for a warm, comfortable bed without the disadvantages of current methods.
This clever new invention helps users go to sleep. No dangerous electric blankets are needed. The invention connects to an existing forced air heating system. It can be used with any size mattress. It stores easily under a bed. The use of the Forced Air Conduit for Directing Air into Bedding provides users with a warm bed in which to fall asleep in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.