Gas Ducted Heating
Gas ducted heating utilizes an interior heating unit that is then connected to various vent or outlets that emit the heat from inside the ductwork system to the rest of your home. The vents can either be in the walls, ceilings, or even in the flooring, depending on how your gas ducted work was laid out and installed. While you won’t be able to see the ductwork that transports the heat around your home, you’ll know that it’s hard at work when you finally feel the heat coming from the vents themselves.
Benefits of Gas Ducted Heating
One of the major benefits of gas duct heating is that you have a uniform temperature that is transported and emitted throughout your entire home. This means that you will never have one room that is warmer than the other or one room that does not heat in comparison. When installing the ductwork for your gas duct heating system, we take into account the strategic locations every part of your home so that we can install vents and air ducts that ensure the air is circulated accordingly to every corner of the home. Furthermore, with gas duct heating, you will be given ultimate control over your indoor temperatures with a single thermostat unit or controller.
Reducing Your Utility Bills
The initial cost of installing a gas ducted heating system is sometimes higher than other heating and cooling units. However, and in the long run, your gas ducted heating system can actually help reduce your energy bills because you’re given complete control over how much energy is used when you turn on your heating system. The heating system is connected to a furnace that is installed in a safe location either below your house or outside of it. Using the gas from one furnace heat an entire home, can turn out to be cheaper over the course of the year than what it would cost to use space heaters too locally heat a room a room or two in your home.
Safe to Use
Another perk of a gas ducted heating system, is that they are incredibly safe to use within your home. This means, that you will never have to worry about whether or not operating your gas ducted heating system is safe. Since the furnace that it is connected to is not within the reach of children or pets, you don’t have to worry about them touching it, interfering with it, or hurting themselves. Lastly, a gas ducted heating system is not easily affected by severe storms, rainfall, or other exterior weather factors.
If you are looking for a long-lasting solution to your indoor heating needs, then a gas ducted heating system could be right for you. Operating through a series of ductwork that is both hidden to the naked eye, keeps your home looking stunning and refined, yet provides unbeatable comfort, is one of the best ways to go if you don’t want clear signs of your heating system on display but you enjoy its comfort when it warms a room.