Ducted heating systems keep your home warm by transferring the air in your house to the unit through grills. The system then heats the air to the temperature set on the thermostat and the thermostat switches off the heater once your home is heated to the desired temperature. Any extra heated air maintains the warmth until the process has to be repeated for additional warmth. Not only is the working of a ducted heating system so easy to understand, it also offers these benefits.
- Easy control
You can easily control it from one single central control panel, usually located in your home’s main room. A touch of a single control panel increases or decreases the heat throughout the house. If required, you can zone the control panel so that you can choose and decide which rooms need heating and which don’t.
- Improved air quality
Like air conditioners, ducted heaters also have their individual, pre-installed air purifiers. They help at preventing pollution and outdoor dust from entering your home through the ducts. As the air that enters your home is purified and filtered, it proves helpful for people suffering from chronic air problems like asthma and allergies.
- Easy and efficient to use
Ducted heating systems not only evenly heat the entire house, but if required, you can also set the system to preheat your home so that it’s warm by the time you reach home. The latest ducted heating systems are also energy efficient, can be installed in a few days’ time and is remotely controlled.
- Save money
As a ducted heated system heats the entire house, there is no need for heater installation for each room. This, in turn, saves a lot on your energy bills, and maintenance costs. And as its thermostat switches off once the desired temperature is reached, you naturally save on your utility bills.
- Equal air distribution
As the heated air is pushed into the rooms through a series of vents found on either the ceiling or floor, the warm air is evenly distributed throughout the house. So in other words, there is no worry of any cold spots in your house.
- Keeps the whole house warm
Ducted systems can be tailored to heat up the entire house through its flexible ducting. You can thus maintain the temperature throughout your house instead of installing individual heating units for each room. The temperature is set from one control panel to keep your home as warm and comfortable as necessary.
- Comfortable heating
If you compare the heat that is dispelled by ducted heaters, it’s much softer on your skin when compared to the heat produced by wood furnaces. The heat is also kind to the environment as there is no pollution induced by chimneys. So if you want to go green and help reduce air pollution, a ducted heating system is what your home needs.
Last, but not least, ducted heating systems are pleasing to the eyes and ears. They are rather quiet, and the only things you can see are its grilles. They are affixed either in the ceiling or floor, so they don’t clash with your interior decorations.