RV Comfort Systems, producer of the Cheapheat line of hybrid heating systems, announced that the company has added its eighth factory trained regional service center in Gallup, N.M.

President Larry McGaugh noted in a press release the RV Comfort Systems in addition to the Gallup facility the company has regional service centers manned with factory trained technicians in Everett Wash., Chetopa Kan., Grand Island, Neb., La Grande, Ind., Knoxville, Tenn., Elk City, Okla., and Oklahoma City, Okla.

The CheapHeat hybrid system allows RVers to simply flip a switch to change back and forth between propane and electricity to heat the interior of the coach. This system employs a UL-certified and RVIA-compliant heating coil powered by 120-volt or 240-volt AC.

It can be configured into three different wattage ratings, 1,800, 3,750 and 5,000 watt, depending on the shore power limitations. With the optional two-stage kit, the system can be set up to automatically shift back and forth between wattage outputs based on shore power inputs.