Last night we knew it was getting cold outside. Our windows were frosted over and our home wasn’t holding the heat from the fireplace as much as it normally does.
We’ve become very efficient at starting fires. When I say we, I mean me. Ryan’s skills have vastly improved but I can start a fire out of almost anything these days. I don’t rely as heavily on kindling and dry logs as I used to. I shouldn’t be surprised. Starting multiple fires each day, every winter, for two seasons, has its perks. I am the fire master. more “Baby it’s cold outside. Surviving the cold snap in a tiny home”
Click here to see our current water tank structure (November 2016)
Following up on our last article seen HERE , I’m going to start off with a brief overview of what’s been happening with our water heater..
On demand water heater update:
After reading the portable eccotempt L5 horror stories, we decided to shy away from using the one we had. After days/weeks/ months of reading mixed reviews for the other models, we decided to invest in a good one. We ordered the Takagi T-KJr2-IN-LP Indoor Tankless water heater ($843.41 on Amazon) because of the wonderful feedback. Unfortunately it came damaged in the mail. more “What about water in -40? An update”
Prince Edward Island is leaps and bounds ahead of most of Canada with the alternative housing movement. I recently had the privilege of connecting with Earthship extraordinaire, Jayden Charlton. He has worked alongside his build partner, Jordan Cameron to nurture Earthship PEI from an idea into a full grown movement. more “Inspiration and motivation: An interview with Earthship PEI”