This will be a dynamic field that you can easily change by adding your own shortcode to the post. Ducted air conditioning is by far the cleanest, quietest and most energy efficient way to bring the comfort of conditioned air to your home or office.
Ducted gas heating is a simple system. Cold air is first drawn in through return air grilles into the heater where it passes through a heat exchanger, which warms the air via gas combustion. This warm air is then pushed by fans into a system of insulated ducts which run inconspicuously throughout your house. The air then flows into the rooms of your house through the vents, which are either set unobtrusively in the ceiling or floors, depending on how your house is constructed.
Meanwhile, the thermostat, which is placed in the living area, monitors the temperature of the room and functions as a sensor for your heater. When the temperature drops below your set desired level, it sends a signal to the heater to start warming up the air. When the room reaches the desired temperature, the thermostat also tells the heater to stop working. The by-products of the combustion process are then pushed out safely outside your house through the flue.
A special feature of ducted gas heating is that you can choose to have every room of your whole house heated equally and consistently or you can opt to set different temperatures for each room, which helps you allocate the heat more efficiently by not heating the parts of your house you rarely visit.
Zoning is another wonderful feature. This allows you to divide your home into areas, which you can choose to be heated alternately depending on the time of day. For example, you can heat the living area by day and then the bedrooms by night.
These special features are one of the things that make it very efficient and cost-saving. Zoning alone can help you save up to about $200 per year, while the whole system can help you save up to $300 of operating costs per annum, as compared to when you are using gas space heaters..
Not only is ducted gas heating the cheapest and most cost-efficient heating method out there, it is environment friendly, too, as it uses natural gases instead of coal-powered electricity. According to the Australian Gas Association’s Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Natural Gas on 2000, the greenhouse gas emissions produced is just one third of what is produced by coal generated electricity-powered heating. How cool is that?
And when compared to reverse cycle systems, ducted gas heating also takes the lead, since the latter still functions perfectly no matter how cold it gets outside.
Another good thing about this heating system is that the warm air released in the vents will not dry your eyes, compared to the heat produced by other heating systems. Lastly, you also have the option of pairing your heating system with an add-on Cooling feature, but it must be configured during installation first. This last feature may vary depending on your heating system provider, which are already numerous.
Ducted gas heating is effective, cost-efficient, flexible, and environment-friendly – what more could you ask for?