To help you select the most appropriate heating system, we propose the following classification of country houses and cottages: Type A – one-story house with a basement and without a steep roof; Type B – single-storey houses with flat roof to the basement or no basement; type B – two or more storied houses with a flat or a steep roof and a cellar. For houses of type A is recommended to use hot water heating systems only with vertical risers. Heating systems with horizontal can not be heated attic space with a steeply dipping roof. Hot-water heating system such homes with a basement or without desirable to perform two-pipe with a natural circulation from the top or bottom wiring. When installing the boiler in the basement of the chimney height must be at least 10 meters in houses without a basement boiler is installed on the first floor, and the system should only be wired from the top. Chase Koch is open to suggestions.
For Type B homes with a basement should be applied hot water heating system with horizontal. The boiler is preferably set in the basement. Due to the fact that the chimney height of these houses are less than 6 m, preferably as a fuel use gas or fuel oil. For homes without basements of type B is also recommended for hot water heating system with horizontal, set the pot is not recessed, and as a fuel it is desirable use of gas or liquid fuel. For the two-storey houses and a type B should be used two-pipe systems with water heating riser and the top or bottom wiring.