Heating is one of the long term investments you make for the home, therefore you should take the time to shop around when it comes to central heating. Ducted heating systems are proving popular. Comprised of a central heating unit, the system is attached to a number of outlets which are positioned in a certain way to ensure every room gets a sufficient amount of heating. The unit can be installed in one of three places, depending on your property’s layout – the roof, outside or under the floor. Wherever it is positioned, you can rest assured that it will be concealed out of sight. The zoning flexibility merged with the following benefits make it a good long-term investment.
How Ducted Heating Works
Much like the name suggests, a ducted heating system operates with a system of ducts. Warm and cool air blows through these ducts, which can be installed in the rooms of your choice. Designed with insulated ducts and a heating unit, the appliance allows for controlled temperature with an adjustable thermostat. You can manage heating requirements in every room once air is warmed up and transferred through the main heating component.
Efficient Entire Home Heating
Want to heat one room? Perhaps you want to maintain the temperature in every room of the home? Whatever your requirements, a ducted heating system will be a worthwhile investment. Distributed evenly throughout the property, the system will feature buttons or dials, which you can alter to select a level of efficiency that best suits you. When sealed and installed in the proper way by a professional, the device will operate with minimal energy usage. Cleaning the ducts regularly will also ensure a high level of air quality, no matter what the weather conditions may be.
Environmentally-Friendly and Cost-Effective
Warm air is not wasted when it is circulated through a ducted heating system, therefore it is much kinder to the environment than other systems. Not only will it save you money on your energy bills but also, it offers fingertip control, is designed with unobtrusive vents and produces one third of the emissions that a coal-powered heating system might. Remember to focus on the star rating, because this details what percentage of gas is used each time the system operates, and this will affect your bills.
It’s not just ducted heating systems you can get from Geelong Air but also, split systems and evaporative cooling devices. Call 03 5291 8305 to get a quote for upgrading and replacing appliances in the home.