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Old 09-11-2019, 12:00 PM   #23
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Is this your only heat source? How well do they work when the temp gets into single digits?
I've been thinking of installing one for AC and heating in early spring and late fall when it's just not cold enough to fire up the wood stove.
I've heard they are more efficient than oil.
Sorry, I just realized that you haven't gone through a winter yet. I'm curious to know, keep us informed.
What kind is it and who did the install?
I will. The original heat source in the areas of the house where the units are is electric with window ac units. Unsure what others keep their home at during the winter months, but we are comfortable at 66 during the day and 58 at night.


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