How to heat the house?
Have you purchased or built a country house, but there is no heating in the house? In the summer, the problem is not so significant, but here, if you plan to visit the cottage in winter, then you should think about how to heat the house. Currently, there are many options for heating country houses and country houses. Which one to choose is up to you. And our article will acquaint you with various types of heating of country and private houses.
How to heat a country house
There are many different types of house heating. When choosing heating, you need to decide how often you will visit the cottage in the winter. Also consider your financial capabilities. Attention should be paid to the presence of main, gas and electrical networks.
For heating the cottage, on which you are not very often, you can use stove heating. To heat the house, you will need a few hours. But the heat, with this method of heating, is kept indoors for a day. The disadvantages of furnace heating include the following:
- for heating you need a lot of fuel;
- the room is heated unevenly;
- the stove needs constant supervision.
In the house you can install a fireplace. It will bring warmth and comfort to the interior. Fireplaces are wood and electric. But the fireplace can not warm the whole house. Recently, a popular method of heating a country house is gas heating. To install an automatic gas water heater in the house, you need to hold a gas pipe. This will require coordination with the dacha farm management commission. In that case, if the gas pipe is already connected to the house, then you will need to buy and install special equipment. Such equipment includes an automatic gas water heater, a battery and pipe system. Installation of gas equipment should be carried out only by specialists.
You can create heat in your country house with the help of a heater. Consider the main types of heaters:
- Oil radiators. Inside this device is hot oil that heats the metal walls of the radiator. From the heated walls the heat enters the room. The disadvantages include slow warming of the air, uneven heat distribution, high temperature. However, the oil heater is considered the most fireproof.
- Convectors.The basis of their work is the natural circulation of air (convection). Cold air enters the device, it heats up, leaves through special grills, rises up and warms the room. The convector has an attractive appearance. It can be hung on the wall, and can be installed near the window. The disadvantages include slow warm air.
- Fan heaters are small in size, easy to carry. Some models can rotate in the case and evenly distribute heat. Such heaters have an increased noise level, they burn oxygen and fire hazardous ones.
- Infrared heaters. They heat on only the air, but also people and objects in the room. Emitters do not burn oxygen, are economical, quickly heat the room and evenly distribute heat.
How to heat a house without gas
- If there is no gas supply at your site, the use of an autonomous water heating system will be an alternative. You can choose a solid fuel, liquid fuel and electric boiler.
- Fuel oil boiler. The fuel used is diesel.This system does not require constant supervision, but the equipment for such a system is expensive, and its placement requires a special room.
- Solid fuel boiler uses wood. It requires constant fuel supply.
- Electric boiler. Electricity is used to heat the room. Its cost is quite high. However, such equipment is inexpensive and easy to operate.
How to heat a house without electricity
If there is no electricity in your country house, then you can use stoves, fireplaces for heating. Also in this case, you can install gas equipment (in the presence of gas supply), water heating system. How to heat a private house? For heating a private house there are the following types of autonomous heating:
For a private house, the best option would be to use an air or water heating system. In the presence of a gas pipeline, located near the house, you can connect gas heating. It will not only heat the room, but also give residents the opportunity to use hot water.In the absence of a line, the source of heat may be replaceable gas cylinders. Water heating is widespread. Its central element is the heating boiler, which provides continuous circulation of water in the pipes.