Another type of heater that you could have installed within your house is the reliable boiler system. There are even more options when it comes to a fuel supply for warming up the hot water in your boiler system – many modern boilers are capable of using propane, natural gas, electricity, oil, wood, or even water. You also have an option of choosing how the boiler will then convey this heat throughout your Frederick house, whether through a radiant flooring system, through baseboard convector units, through coils, or through classic radiators.
When deciding on which boiler to choose for your house, it is important to consider:
- The amount of heat loss that takes place from your windows, doors, walls, and ceilings
- Whether you already have a gas line installed that would allow you to use natural gas
- Your available budget for the installation as well as the overall price of the boiler unit
- The level of ventilation that exists in your house, since combination boilers require specific standards of venting
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Taking Advantage of a Heat Pump
One of the greatest benefits of using a heat pump, rather than traditional forms of heating, is that these types of pumps are capable of supplying both heat in the winter and cool air in the summer. Not only are heat pumps much smaller than traditional systems, but this dual function allows you to save storage space, since you do not have to buy multiple HVAC systems. Moreover, heat pumps use a lot less energy than other heaters, primarily because they do not actually “create” heat. Instead, heat pumps are capable of transferring existing heat that is already hidden in the air and removing cold air outside.
To learn more about the positives of installing a heat pump in Frederick, reach out to our techs at TriState Home Services. We can help you understand if this type of system would be best for your needs.
Get in touch with us today at (301) 969-9353 or contact our team online to discover our wide scope of available heating installations in Frederick, MD.
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