Comparing Electric And Hydronic Baseboard Heaters
16 January 2018
Baseboard heaters are a type of heating unit that, as their name would suggest, are installed along the baseboards in a room. Since heat rises, these heaters can provide a fairly powerful amount of heat for smaller areas of your home, and can either by your primary heat source or act as a secondary heating unit to supplement a central furnace or heat pump. However, there are two main types of baseboard heaters: hydronic, which makes use of heated water to heat up the surrounding air, and electric, which uses a standard heating element to do the same.
3 Ways To Increase Your Heating System's Efficiency
2 December 2017
Making sure that your home's heating system is running efficiently is extremely important during the winter, typically because utilizing an inefficient system can cost you a lot of money. Listed below are just three of the many ways to increase your heating system's efficiency.
1. Consider Installing A Smart Thermostat
The easiest way to increase your heating system's efficiency is to consider installing a smart thermostat. Smart thermostats are designed to allow an individual to control pretty much every aspect of their home's heating and cooling systems from an app on their smartphone or through a completely automated process.
2 Reasons To Install A Tankless Water Heater In Your Home
16 October 2017
When most people think about installing a water heater in the home, they think about installing a traditional model. Of course, there are plenty of good-quality water heaters that you can install in your house so that you can provide your family with a good supply of hot water. However, before you invest in a traditional water heater, you may want to look at your other options. For example, many people find that a tankless water heater is a better purchase.
You Probably Need To Have The Boiler Fixed If You're Experiencing These Issues
6 February 2017
The boiler that heats the indoor water is important to the day-to-day functioning of your home. If there's a major malfunction, that will cause discomfort for you and everyone in the house. However, it's very easy to not notice some of the little things happening which may indicate that you have to consult an expert or do repairs. Here are some issues that you've got to pay attention to.
Your Water Isn't That Hot