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Central heating is a heating system that integrates air circulation through a blower or a fan. Forced-air systems are very common in American homes. Forced-air systems depend on several components.
These components include an air-handler, which is usually a furnace with a blower. Other components that forced-air heating includes are heating elements or burners, a thermostat & ductwork for carrying air to the heater and transferring it back to rooms.
Why Choose Central Heating ?
Easy installation of central air conditioning
The huge advantage of installing a forced air heating system is the fact that central air conditioning component can be installed without having any additional duct work or vents.
Quickly heats up the entire house
Forced air heating system keeps a fairly even temperature throughout the house, however some spots may become cooler or warmer than others which depends on location near vents.
Forced air heating systems are energy efficient
Forced air heating systems work by operating a thermostat to determine when they are shut off or turned on; this allows the system to be energy efficient.
Air can be filtered
Forced air heating systems enable air to be filtered before it is distributed throughout the house, therefore eliminating the need for an additional filtration system.
What is Hydronic Heat?
Boilers produce hydronic radiant heat by heating water that is circulated through copper or PEX tubing. The PEX tubing can be placed through ceilings, floors, baseboard heaters, large old radiators or hidden in walls.
Why Choose a Hydronic System?
Hydronic Systems are small and silent when operating.
Programming modes allow you to only use the system when you need too.
Hydronic Systems are easily installed in new construction and retrofitting.
A chance for a parallel connection with other heat boilers
The system cannot freeze even during the coldest winters
Hydronic Heating is an environmentally friendly and energy-saving process
Requiring no fuel, they are safer with no risk of fire or explosions.