Space Saving. This tiny heater can be installed directly into your wall. The body of the unit is only 8.5″ wide x 14″ high x 5.5″ deep.
Affordable. Off-grid appliances, especially those made for boats, are expensive. The Dickinson P9000 is $1145.15, including the chimney. Cost of fuel is not included.
Beauty. No one can deny that this is a good looking appliance. The glass door allows you to watch the flames flicker as the heater warms your tiny space.
Venting. Can be vented through the wall or ceiling.
Lightweight. Weight is always an important consideration when it comes to tiny house RVs.
Brittany’s Bayside Bungalow with the Dickinson in her Washington state tiny home. Photo credit: Chris Tack