Heating of accommodations

Accommodations with radiators are connected to a central heating system that is in operation on a permanent basis. The system is controlled by an outdoor sensor. This means that the more the temperature outside drops, the more heat the radiator will produce. During transitional periods in spring and autumn, when the outdoor temperature fluctuates a great deal between day and night, it may take some time for the system to stabilise.
Accommodations that have electric heating sources are managed by residents themselves.

How you can save energy.

Saving energy is good, both for the environment and for keeping the rent price down:

  • Try to keep the indoor temperature at a maximum of 21 degrees.
  • Turn down the temperature (but not completely off) when you are away.
  • Turn down the temperature when the window is open.
  • Turn off the light when you leave a room or the residence.
  • Turn off the TV and other electrical appliances when you don’t use them.