Tiny House Heating Ideas
Most tiny homes and small spaces won’t take much energy to heat during the winter months, as they are small, confined spaces.
When deciding on a heating system, the most important things to consider are efficiency, safety, cost and environmental impact.
Here a few suggestions for heating small areas:
The crackle of a burning fire is a bonus, as well as using the top of the stove to heat things up.
The initial investment of a wood-stove might be expensive, but if you chop and cure your own firewood, this could be the most economical and self-sustainable way of heating.
Here are a few suggestions for wood stoves that don’t take up too much space and are commonly used in small cottages and cabins.
For a range of locally-available wood heaters designed for heating small areas, check out Heatworks.com.au
Usually the most inexpensive unit to buy, the standard price for an electric heater is relatively low (around $40), but you have to pay for the electricity.
Most local appliance stores have a good selection of small electric heaters, a good option for temporary heating or for tiny houses in warmer climates.
Here’s a few of our favourites:
Or, for a more sleek, modern heater:
Hopefully this has given you some ideas on how to heat your tinyhome or small space!
Leave a comment below to tell us what you think of these, and if you have any other suggestions for heating small spaces!