Just the other day I took the chance and decided to buy an old boat house once the lease on my apartment had finished. However, while it was perfectly comfortable and a good time during the warm season, in the Winter season I knew I was going to run into terrible problems! So the moment the temperature begins to drop, I got straight to work getting my new home on the water ready. The first thing I did was take a week off from any job errand other than the boat in order to install spray foam insulation. This is making sure the loft is cooler in the warm season plus warmer in the Winter season, all while preventing air pollution. I had to decide on what type of heating system I wanted. I had done extensive research about section heaters, but they sounded too inefficient. It was recommended by a buddy I get a mini radiant heating system that looks like a fireplace; Although tempting, this didn’t sound love the best system for me. I’d never heard of a fireplace that could warm up a large section well enough, and what I finally settled on after weeks of looking was a marine air heating and cooling thermopump. This specific type of heat pump is able to both heat and cool my new houseboat at the same time. Without any ductwork or air ducts love a traditional Heating, Ventilation plus A/C system. The latest advances in Heating, Ventilation and A/C technology have also made heat pumps more effective and efficient than ever in history. they use less wattage than traditional window AC units and even section heaters. This means that I’ll save hard earned money with this system over buying separate heating plus cooling devices. I was even able to find a marine air heat pump with a humidistat, which has put an end to the air pollution in my houseboat.