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Thanks to a solar air heater, it costs $100 to heat this tiny house all winter (Video)
Reliable heating can be found via the usual electric space heaters, wood stoves, or propane heaters, but a solar air heater is an option as well, as this tiny house in Quebec, Canada shows. In this province where heating and hot water can account for
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The temperature outside said 19 degrees but 'feels like 7 degrees'. Which meant it was cold outside. We had been preparing for it for a couple of days and now after a couple of nights of cold weather -- so far so good. We have a lot to learn in winter camping in the Roadrunner but I thought I'd tell you a number of things we have done:. First of all, we made sure we had a couple of good electric ceramic heaters. We already had a small one from Walmart. Believe it sells for about $16. In the bathroom, I cut a couple of pieces of leftover from the water heater blanket and taped them over the bathroom windows. It looks pretty bad from the outside, but works well on the inside. Pam wanted to make curtains for the bathroom so she took down the blinds we had there. Insulate and heat the wet bay:. I put a lot of effort into making it as warm as I could in the wet bay. I like to put away my hose when it is freezing outside. It might crack or I might step on it and then I'll have to repair it or get another one. Also by capping off the sewer connection in the wet bay, we have one less exposed hole/pipe into the RV. If the tanks fill up, you dig out the sewer hole and hook up the hose, empty and then put it all back. Some installed an adapter to their propane gas tank so they can connect portable propane tank to their RV. We've chosen not to do that so far. But that means we have to keep an eye on how much we are burning with the hot water heater (for showers) and we watch the heater furnace. If it is kicking on too much, we turn it down and rely on our electric heaters. Our experience has been the coach heat pump is pretty worthless in cold weather. I think it's sorry that our last fifth wheel was insulated better than our much more expensive MH. We've used a lot of your suggestions. This year we're using two portable electric heaters and trying to not use the very inefficient heat pumps at all. So far, so good. The obvious suggestion, however, would be to get out of those cold areas to begin with. You will not be disappointed in Tiffin. Only have know one person with a Foretravel but we were very impressed with what we saw at the Foretravel factory when we visited. But hands down, I would recommend Tiffin. The maintenance support community in and around Red Bay, plus all the dealers throughout the country.
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