Question by Jeremy: Best way to heat a mobile home with Really bad insulation.?
I just spent $ 200 to fill my propane tank 9 days ago and they put in 68 gallons and it is now empty.
Even when I have the tempature set on 65 it feels llike 50.
The air that blows through the vents is not really hot just warm and sometimes cold.
The mobile home itself is really old.
It was made in 1970, so the insulation is really bad to.
I dont know what to do.
I have electric heaters running but they dont do much besides run up my electric bill. ($ 42 last month)
Would it be best to convert my propane heater to something else or will that even help.
What can I do.
My pipes keep freezing inside the trailer and one of them burst last month. (Not outside the trailer, not underneath the trailer, but inside the trailer. That’s right, it is below freezing inside my trailer)
I dont know what to do and dont say something stupid like turn your thermostat down. I am honestly at the point of suicide all ready dont push me over the edge. I keep it at 60.
The electric bill INCREASED by $ 42.
That was not the total.
The total was $ 122.67
Answer by rockstarhooligan
Be very careful and get an experts advice.Mobile homes are very flammable.It also helps to wear more clothes and more blankets.
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