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Old 10-29-2012, 10:41 AM   #11
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Re: Can I Use Home HVAC??

Wood stoves are my first choice for heat, however, I have no room in my bus for one.

Propane catalytic heaters are great. They need no electricity to operate.
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Old 10-30-2012, 04:20 PM   #12
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Re: Can I Use Home HVAC??

Ok i'm done with you guys, My wife seen this and now were looking into pellet stoves...you all are cosing me money....LOL just kidding. Thanks for the advise you all are great.
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:36 PM   #13
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Okay what ever you need to tell yourself I use my wife as an excuse to spend money on new toys for my oops our bus
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Pellet stoves need electricity to operate.
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Okay what ever you need to tell yourself I use my wife as an excuse to spend money on new toys for my oops our bus
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Shhh let her think its her idea...

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Pellet stoves need electricity to operate.
yes we have that covered already with a Generac generator, plus were looking into batteries and inverters also. we dont plan on staying in it fulltime mostly using as an RV couple times a year maybe a couple more weekends at the river fishing/camping. we haven't completely trown out the idea of a RV type of furnace either. we were also looking into the central heat/air offered by Ron the Bus Nut however Ron said two roof tops work better than it did and it was hard to get the thing dialed in and that it would shut down when the temp reached <45.
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