Auxilary RV Heat
I have a 27' Winnebago Sightseerer with two slideouts and am looking for a way to heat the RV while boondocking.
Given that scenario I am looking for a heater that is safe, can be used at altitude (5000 ft. to 7500 ft.) and is thermostatically controlled.
It is my understanding that there is no such thing as a heater that is truly vented as opposed to nonvented. I've checked out Empire Heaters, Platinum Cats, and a variety of others. Although they can be mounted to a wall they really use inside air not outside air. All auxilary heaters have some adverse emissions i.e. CO2, and all auxilary heaters create moisture in the RV.
With that in mind does anyone out there use a vented auxilary heater? If so, what brand, how many BTU's, and what are the pros and cons in your opinion?
I am also interested in any auxilary heater that people are using and the pros and cons of their heater in their opinion.