Sounds like either the inside/outside temperature differential is minimal or you have stonking good insulation, or of course you could have a very short sleep!!If the gas boiler is switched off, our room temperature will currently drop by approx. 2 degrees overnight.
Insulation is really, really bad so thats not the case.Sounds like either the inside/outside temperature differential is minimal or you have stonking good insulation, or of course you could have a very short sleep!!
We have just about begun on frosts now (in the UK), 2C last night and getting colder. We use our wood burner in the evenings, still no central heating BUT due to lots of cloud the last week or so we have had to use the furnace/boiler in the mornings for hot water (that's normally provided by solar).
It's very enlightening finding out how much other people heat there homes
Smoking sausages with gas from russia.What are you guys boiling? My furnace burns natural gas to heat the air in my home. It blows the warm air around everywhere inside. My natural gas fueled hot water tank heats the water for washing things. I use a natural gas fueled fireplace sometimes that looks like it is burning fake wood. The stove is electric.
Most European systems have a "boiler" (furnace) that heats water, and that in turn is circulated to radiators where needed.What are you guys boiling?
Oh, i though that is clear what boiler stands for. And i though that audioguru was asking what we are cooking (with ironic inside house, no in kitchen...) . Thats funnyMost European systems have a "boiler" (furnace) that heats water, and that in turn is circulated to radiators where needed.
Usually just two 15mm (1/2", before metrification) pipes to the radiators, rather than large air ducts.
This is like mine; the external connections are a gas pipe, two water pipes, a control cable and a small condensate drain pipe, plus a 4" coaxial "flue" for air inlet and exhaust:
This is a typical style radiator, though there are many different shapes and sizes:
Some places have underfloor heat instead of radiators, either an array of pipe set in the flooring or electrically heated film under the covering.
Canada is huge and hardly anybody lives in the North with Polar Bears.I'm guessing cooling is not a requirement in Canada.