Are you looking to start the new year off with a new heating system? Whether you have just purchased a new home that needs an upgrade or considering what heating options are better for you, we are here to tell you that there are probably more options than you realize.
Whether you want, even heating throughout the home or more energy savings, here’s what to consider when it comes time to heat your home.
Your Home Heating Options
Many of today’s modern boilers are one of the most energy-efficient heating options. They work by heating the air that is already in your home. Because there is no forced air, you reduce allergens, pollen, and dust that can come with forced air heat. When you pair them with a modern and programmable thermostat, they become user-friendly, too.
Furnaces are another energy-efficient option, but unlike a boiler, they do require air ducts to distribute the air throughout your home. A more affordable option than a boiler, they are easy to install and will give you years of even heating.
For larger homes that require a variety of heating options, home zoning might be the perfect fit. By creating section or “zones” in your home, you can then add a thermostat to each zone, so that one area can be one temperature and the next another. This is great for those who have spent the majority of the time in one area of the house but don’t want to waste the heat on another.
Or say you and a family member prefer different comfort levels, home zoning can help provide this.
If you are looking to finally upgrade your trusty water heater, or are in need of a heating tune-up, the experts at Scott Hale, are here to help. Contact us today!