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Blown Air Central Heating

Post by Deeseejay » 3 years ago

We are in the early stages of considering buying a static van at Weymouth Bay next year. Looking at different vans we noticed that some are being advertised as having Blown Air central Heating as opposed to traditional wet radiator systems. Can anyone tell us a bit more about the blown air systems.

Are they any advantage?
Do they run on electricity or gas?

Any advice appreciated

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Post by Whitey » 3 years ago

Blow air is just a fan heater in each bedroom.
I'd find these better if you're choosing a pitch that will be on bottled gas and you're letting out, as they are electric.
If you're on piped gas and not planning on slogging it on rent, go for gas central heating.

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Post by Macarw » 3 years ago

We upgraded our van this season, and the new van has double glazing and blown air heating in the bedrooms. We stayed this weekend and found the van much cosier than the old van. The heating can be set to go on for 2, 4 or 6 hours before it automatically turns off. Keeping the bedroom doors closed keeps the bedrooms really warm, and opening the doors warms up the bedroom end of the van really well. We are very happy with it - not sure how we'll feel when the electricity bill comes in though......

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Post by MrsMop » 3 years ago

We have this blown heating in the bedrooms, it's very adequate during the not so cold months, but during really cold weather we have back up portable oil radiator. I was told by someone with central heating you need extra heating when very cold.

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