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RV Comfort Systems Sells Directly to the Public

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July 2, 2012 by   Leave a Comment

RV Comfort Systems announced that its patented CheapHeat Add-on Electric Heating System is now available to the public through the company’s website, www.rvcomfortsystems.com. In the past, RV Comfort Systems only sold its product through OEMs and RV service centers, but made the change because of customer demand.

With this system the RV owner will have the option of simply flipping a switch to use either electric or gas as a source to heat their coach with the manufacturer-installed central forced air heating system, according to a news release.

The RV Comfort Systems CheapHeat product is designed to be a 100% heating system. In most cases with this system, when the RV is plugged to an OEM-recommended shore power source, owners will be able to use electricity to heat their RV to temperatures as low a zero degrees outside without any supplemental heat.

The CheapHeat system is UL certified and RVIA compliant, in both the United States and Canada. It uses a single smart controller that works all configurations, and is available with three different styles of adapter for the multi-stage heater with works either an Atwood or Suburban furnace.

For more information, contact Larry McGaugh at RV Comfort Systems, (425) 408-3140; fax (800) 456-8961; info@rvcomfortsystems.com.

 

 

 

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