What is the cheapest way to efficiently heat individual rooms in a multi-tenant house?

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What is the cheapest way to efficiently heat individual rooms in a multi-tenant house?

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There is no large common room other than the kitchen. The house is basically an L-shaped hallway with 3 bedrooms branching off it to one side and the kitchen branching off to the other. On the other side of the kitchen is a master bedroom. Doors are often closed because of the house being multi-tenant.

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Harold Remlinger, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB's picture

I would recommend you look into a mini-split system.

This will allow each of the tenants to control the temperature in their individual rooms. It is a very efficient system and will also alleviate any unnecessary arguments between the tenants.

For more information:

Read Randy Potter's Q&A "I can't afford geothermal. Is an air-to-air heat pump my best option for heating?"