How Does Ducted Gas Heating Work?
Ducted heating is one of the most common and effective was to control climate in the home. It maximizes temperature control by taking the heat from a single unit and redirecting it to a myriad amount of rooms. Due to modern advances in technology, these units are some of the most effect and common units used in Melbourne.
Ducked heating unites are energy efficient and eco-friendly because the source of the heat comes from a single unit. These units tend to be much more affordable compared to other units. They are also much more user friendly and allow you to simply control the temperature with ease.
Long gone are the days when pets are considered inferior and confined outside the property for most of the time. For many Australians today, pets are part of the family and their comfort and wellbeing is highly important to us. For that reason, it’s unsurprising that many of us leave our heating and cooling systems on when we leave the home to ensure our pets can enjoy a comfortable climate while we’re away. But is it necessary?
Different Types of Ducted Heating
There are a few different options when it comes to ducted heating. They can come in combinations of either a gas fired central unit or a central heat pump unit. These unites are typically more affordable off the shelf for round the year heating. The heat pump, also known as reverse cycle air conditioners, retain the benefit of heating the home but also keep it cool during Melbourne’s hot summers.
Essential Components of a Ducted Gas Heating System
In order to function properly, ducted gas heating systems require several essential components. Regardless of your home size or energy consumption needs, these components work together to bring in air, cool it, and push it through your ductwork to cool your home. Let’s take a look:
- Heating unit
- Insulated ducts
- Register vents
A ducted gas heating system gives you greater flexibility to control the climate in specific areas of your home. Because there is a single central air unit with ducts that travel to each room, you can simply block a duct by closing a vent to prevent a room from getting cool air.
Additionally, a ducted gas heating system can recirculate the air in your home instead of having to pull in air from the outside. This means that it has less work to do in order to cool the air so it can bring your room to the desired temperature faster.
With ducted gas heating, you are completely in charge of temperature control. This flexibility helps you maintain a consistent temperature in your home and saves you money on your energy bill.
Efficient Pure Plumbing works throughout Melbourne on ducted gas heating installation and repairs. We conduct the most comprehensive energy audit to ensure we find you a system that fits you needs and saves you money on your monthly energy bill. For more information about how ducted gas heating could work for your home, call us on 03 9133 8707 or use our contact form.