A temporary residence house is considered to be a country cottage, which is used for staying in the spring-summer period, in early autumn, and for the rest of the time it is intended for storing inventory or other things. Heating of a temporary residence is required for a comfortable stay of people, as well as to maintain a microclimate that ensures the safety of existing things, tools and structures.
Heating a temporary residence: ways
The following methods of heating temporary residences are used:
Electric heating is local and general. The main disadvantages: are the danger of a short circuit, system breakdown due to voltage drops, fire, and high cost of use.
Water heating systems Temporary residence houses are based on heating water with a boiler and circulating it through pipes. To use such a system, an engineering project is created, permission is obtained, and only after that heating is installed. And one mistake negates the entire heating efficiency.
Gas heating system temporary residences require the supply of energy or the use of gas cylinders. The temporary residence is not under constant supervision, so there is a risk of gas leakage, fire, and explosion.
Solar heating of temporary residences- Another way to heat a seasonal home. It is used in France, Italy, and Germany. In Russia, this type of heating is also popular.
- accessibility, as there is no need to connect to power lines or gas pipelines;
- cost-effectiveness – solar energy is free;
- autonomy – the equipment does not require constant supervision of its operation;
- safety – fires, short circuits and other problems of electrical networks and gas heating are not terrible for owners of solar collectors.