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How to heat a prefabricated house

Posted by Anton Kisiov on 14.05.2021
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Prefabricated houses are highly energy-efficient.

They are designed in such a way that you can choose any type of heating system.

There are different heating options, which are chosen according to the owner’s infrastructure and wishes.

Most houses are heated with electric convector radiators, as their mode of operation is optimized and electrical consumption is reduced. They are often used due to the small heat losses. This is the most environmentally-friendly type of heating.

Each prefabricated house can be heated with solid fuel with wood and coal.

Pellet boilers, air conditioners, and pump heating are also options for heating prefabricated houses.

Pump heating saves even more electricity.

Initially, the small energy loss in prefabricated houses makes it possible to use any energy source. In addition, it can be much more energy efficient.

Before deciding what type of heating you want for your house, you need to consider how much time you will spend there, whether for permanent living or vacation. When installing the heating system, heat losses must be taken into account, which is done during the design process.

Prefabricated houses are universal and do not place restrictions on any heating system. They significantly reduce heating costs, as the structure is energy-efficient and the power of the coolant is much less than that of monolithic houses.

As we said, prefabricated houses may use any type of heating. The more suitable a type of heating for a monolithic building, the more suitable it is for heating a prefabricated house.

The fact that the structure is prefabricated is not an indication for a limited choice of a heating system.

The costs of installing an air conditioning system in a prefabricated house are much lower than that of a monolithic building. The reason for this is in the use of materials from which prefabricated structures are made. Stone wool and plasterboard are used, which makes the building energy efficient. Let’s not forget the quality glazing, which has thermal insulation properties.

The prefabricated house in combination with quality doors and windows will give you the coziness and comfort you need.

Their construction technology allows you to avoid thermal bridges and condensation.

The temperature difference between the wall and the air inside in prefabricated houses is 1°C, while in monolithic houses it is 7-8°C.

With the right thermal insulation, the costs of prefabricated homes become minimal.

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