Heat pump in a Pan-abode cabin
I live on Vancouver Island and recently bought a pan-abode house. It has wood stoves and baseboard heaters. We are looking at options to improve efficiency. Having a new insulated roof installed but hoping to replace the baseboard heating with a heat pump.
Does anyone have experience installing a heat pump in pan-abode construction? They say cutting holes in walls can be tricky as all the logs are load bearing.
I don’t know much about ductless heat pump installation, do the units need to be installed through the wall? Or are they just mounted on the wall?
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