In Maine, there was a very long cold spell between Christmas through the first week and a half of January. The temperatures (in Fahrenheit) were in the single digits during the day and negative numbers at night. That doesn’t include the windchill. However, something happened during this cold spell that made me rethink my tiny house heating plan. What Happened? My recreational room has
400 hours of construction! That’s another 100 hour milestone crossed. It seems very predictable now that a 100 hour milestone happens every 3 to 4 months. During the last 100 hours, projects focus on details and some finish work. The majority of the last 100 hours have been during late spring to late summer in Maine. The weather has been favorable for outside work.
I first heard about the LUNOS e2 system from a tiny house builder on YouTube. Air exchangers allow fresh air to flow through a building. It’s simple and elegant. In my opinion, a must. Today’s homes, big and small, are more air tight than ever. Air becomes stale and traps particles, mold, and other agents that can damage the home and possibly cause health