Episode 14 – Heating A Tiny House Part 2

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In this episode Macy and Ryan talk about heating a tiny house. We share what we use and then some of the other options out there for a tiny house. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.

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Show Notes:

Ryan Mitchell

Macy Miller

 

  • What Ryan and Macy Use to heat
  • Other heating options
    • Pros and Cons
  • Design Considerations
  • Safety considerations
  • Podcast details/call in requests 704.559.9577 www.tinyhousechat.com/episode13
  • Current Builder Callout: http://www.justasmidgeon.com Stacey Whitcomb

 

3 Comments
  1. Last night I listened to part one of the podcast on heating a tiny home. I’m curious as to why people are so unhappy with the Dickinson propane heaters. I’m remodeling a 30-foot Airstream and have read a lot about Airstream heating options and found that people in that world like the Dickinson heaters. One thing I had to do a double take on was a heater’s capability to heat square footage vs. cubic feet. When I realized a 30-foot Airstream has around 1850 CUBIC feet to heat (square footage is 230 ft2), it changed the way I compared heaters. Anyway, just a thought.

    Can’t wait to listen to all of the shows! Thanks for this resource!

  2. When you were experimenting with the radiant floor heating, did you happen to try putting down a really dense rug? Something you could really dig your toes into would definitely increase the thermal mass which might improve the situation… let me know 🙂

  3. Towards the end of episode 13 Macy said she would post a website or some place to check out the last heater that was talked about. Perhaps I overlooked it. Can you send me a link if that is not the case. I am really loving your podcast and I am very glad I stumbled across it. I am taking notes but I bet as I get closer to becoming very serious I will probably go through them all again.

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