Most Heaters are on due to Sub-Zero Temperature!

First of all, I am so thankful  for having a warm home. In this very cold winter in Europe,  having  heaters at home  that function well are really a must.   This afternoon, I heard over the radio that  the temperature in Germany will drop to sub-zero. Not only negative  5°  Celsius (23° Fahrenheit)   -10°  Celsius  (14° F) but it will reach to negative 20°  C (-4° F). This is so far the  coldest I experience in Germany since I live here.

Most of our heaters are on. We are using electric  heaters and pellet oven as well. The pellet  oven is running 24 hours a day unless it is being clean.  Using it is cheaper than electric especially that  power and electricity in Germany  is getting  expensive now. We also  have a fireplace but we already discontinue  using it. I will explain in my next post  how our heaters are functioning. I will also show you some pictures of how it looks like.

To all my friends, please keep yourselves warm. Also be very careful when driving on snowy roads. Take care everyone!

 
 

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