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Standing in a shop and trying to find a heater specific for your home can be difficult. The "size" here means the heating system size of a heater, which is measured by Kilo Watt Hour (kWh). To find out the specific heater size for your room, we create a simple calculator here to help you out. All you need are a tape measure, a smart phone/calculator and our tool below.
Heating size calculator | Circular Project
Standing in a shop and trying to find a heater specific for your home can be difficult. The "size" here means the heating system size of a heater, which is measured by Kilo Watt Hour (kWh). To find out the specific heater size for your room, we create a simple calculator here to help you out. All you need are a tape measure, a smart phone/calculator and our tool below.
Heating size calculator | Circular Project
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Heating size calculator | Circular Project
an air heater is shown in this diagram
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This is a solar air heater that uses the sun's heat to pump air into the house. It also stores heat into a bed of rock. Even after the su...
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Gas Fire Heating | Circular Project
Gas fires do have an advantage that no carrying of wood or cleaning off ash is required. Many gas fires look very beautiful when they burn with the fire logs underneath and no ash. Gas fires do not burn quite as hot as wood fires, which could lead to less heat in your home. The amount of heat in your home is still dependent on how much heat can be transferred to your home and is not lost in the chimney.
the lights are shining brightly in the dark
Gas Fire Heating | Circular Project
Gas fires do have an advantage that no carrying of wood or cleaning off ash is required. Many gas fires look very beautiful when they burn with the fire logs underneath and no ash. Gas fires do not burn quite as hot as wood fires, which could lead to less heat in your home. The amount of heat in your home is still dependent on how much heat can be transferred to your home and is not lost in the chimney.
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place in the middle of it's wall
Gas Fire Heating | Circular Project
Gas fires do have an advantage that no carrying of wood or cleaning off ash is required. Many gas fires look very beautiful when they burn with the fire logs underneath and no ash. Gas fires do not burn quite as hot as wood fires, which could lead to less heat in your home. The amount of heat in your home is still dependent on how much heat can be transferred to your home and is not lost in the chimney.
Geothermal Heating | Circular Project
In a geothermal heating system heat is taken out from underneath the earth surface from the soil or ground water or sometimes surface water, compressed and pumped into your house via air heating or underfloor heating.
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Geothermal Heating | Circular Project
In a geothermal heating system heat is taken out from underneath the earth surface from the soil or ground water or sometimes surface water, compressed and pumped into your house via air heating or underfloor heating.
an air conditioner mounted on the side of a wall above a couch with pillows
Heat pump heating | Circular Project
A heat pump works by transferring heat instead of creating electricity. The heat pump takes the air of the surrounding and with the help of a refrigerant takes the heat out of that air. The cold air is blown back into a different direction. Within the heat pump the warm air is then pumped into a compressor, creating further heat. The heat is then distributed via water or air.
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Heat pump heating | Circular Project
A heat pump works by transferring heat instead of creating electricity. The heat pump takes the air of the surrounding and with the help of a refrigerant takes the heat out of that air. The cold air is blown back into a different direction. Within the heat pump the warm air is then pumped into a compressor, creating further heat. The heat is then distributed via water or air.
an air conditioner with the words carrier written in arabic and english on it's side
Heat pump heating | Circular Project
A heat pump works by transferring heat instead of creating electricity. The heat pump takes the air of the surrounding and with the help of a refrigerant takes the heat out of that air. The cold air is blown back into a different direction. Within the heat pump the warm air is then pumped into a compressor, creating further heat. The heat is then distributed via water or air.
an old fashioned kitchen with pots and pans on the stove
Wood Fire Heating | Circular Project
Wood or log burners work by burning wood to create heat. This heat is directly radiated most of the time into the living room. Options include to further heat a water tank for hot water, but it is important to note here that the amount of heat for space heating will be smaller as much of the heat goes into the water tank.​​
a person's feet in front of a stove with a fire burning inside it
Wood Fire Heating | Circular Project
Wood or log burners work by burning wood to create heat. This heat is directly radiated most of the time into the living room. Options include to further heat a water tank for hot water, but it is important to note here that the amount of heat for space heating will be smaller as much of the heat goes into the water tank.​​
a living room with a fire place in the center and a chair next to it
Wood Fire Heating | Circular Project
Wood or log burners work by burning wood to create heat. This heat is directly radiated most of the time into the living room. Options include to further heat a water tank for hot water, but it is important to note here that the amount of heat for space heating will be smaller as much of the heat goes into the water tank.​​
a stone fireplace with logs and candles in a rustic log cabin style living room setting
Wood Fire Heating | Circular Project
Wood or log burners work by burning wood to create heat. This heat is directly radiated most of the time into the living room. Options include to further heat a water tank for hot water, but it is important to note here that the amount of heat for space heating will be smaller as much of the heat goes into the water tank.​​