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Consistent heat, circulating heat and controlling temperature are three tasks that are all closely intertwined. The entire process involves the furnace /boiler, fuel type , distribution system (ducts, pipes or fans) , thermostats and the way in which the furnace delivers heat. If you are considering adding heat to your home, it is important for you to first determine the type of system you are considering. ( forced air , hot water or geothermal ) Location of the appliance, what fuel source will be available & which areas you would like to have heated.
When replacing your existing system, you have the option of extending the existing system or supplementing it with a more energy/space-efficient model of heating appliance. When replacing an existing system, you may want to consider indoor air quality options, adding any additional heat vents, adding a radiant panel or adding some baseboard heat. Keep in mind that different materials are required for different types of heat. For forced air, you may use metal duct to supply the air. For hot water heat, you will need copper pipe or PEX. Also, you will need fans to distribute the heat or additional heaters for supplemental heat. Below are the most popular home heating service systems:
* Boiler Radiator
* Forced Air Heating
* Heat Pumps
* Hydronic Heating
* Radiant Heating
Be sure to ask your heating contractor or furnace repair company about these various options to determine the bet fit for your specific home needs.
In order to feel comfortable in a house, it needs to be heated and cooled at a comfortable constant temperature, surrounded by fresh air and kept at a comfortable and safe humidity level. The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems work together in a home to provide and regulate these important conditions. In order to plan for an efficient, reliable, safe, and comfortable home heating and cooling system, you will need to understand how these three systems work together.