Home heating

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Home heating can be require significant energy and is often a large component of the greenhouse gas emissions of a house.

Options for home heating include:

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[edit] Wood energy source

  • Wood stove
  • Wood pot-belly stove
  • Open fire place
  • Fireplace with steel insert

[edit] Gas energy source

  • Ducted heating with a gas furnace
  • Hydronic heating with a gas furnace

[edit] Fuel oil or kerosene energy source

  • Ducted heating with a fuel oil furnace
  • Hydronic heating with a fuel oil furnace
  • Kerosene heaters

[edit] Electrical energy source

[edit] Solar energy source

  • Solar operated heat exchangers
  • Greenhouse room

[edit] Other

  • Geothermal heat exchangers


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