Bothell, Washington-based RV Comfort Systems announces that their patented CheapHeat Add-on Electric Heating System is now available directly to the public.
In the past, RV Comfort Systems only sold their product through RV manufacturers and RV service centers. Because of customer demand, they now offer the CheapHeat Add-on and Stand-A-Lone electric heating system, to the public through their website, according to a company news release.
With this system, RV owners have the option of simply flipping a switch to use either electric or propane as a source to heat their coach with the manufacturer installed central forced air heating system.
Until now, the standard for recreational vehicles of all types has been to use bottled propane. With the CheapHeat system that’s no longer the only option—now you have a choice to change the central heating system between gas and electric with the simple flip of a switch.
When you choose to run on electric heat, rather than gas heat, your coach will be heated by the electricity provided by the RV Park.
With the CheapHeat system it’s not uncommon for even full timers to go up to one year or more without having to refill their propane tanks since the propane is only being used for incidentals like the stove, or in some cases hot water.
The RV Comfort Systems CheapHeat product is designed to be a complete heating system. In most cases with this system, when the RV is plugged into a shore power source, the owner will be able to use electricity to heat their RV, to temperatures as low zero degrees outside without any supplemental heat.
The CheapHeat system is UL certified and compliant with RV Industry Association requirements in both the United States and Canada.
It uses a single smart controller that works all configurations, and is available with three different styles of adapter for the multi stage heater with works either an Atwood or Suburban furnace.
RV Comfort Systems
Address: P.O. Box 1554 Bothell, WA 98041
Phone: (425) 408-3140
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