A Ducted Gas System provides heating to new and existing homes. The unit draws air from inside your home through a return grille. From here it then flows into the heater where it is warmed and distributed to every room of your home via duct work and vents. Once the temperature inside your home reaches your pre-set temperature, the burners inside the heating unit will turn off. The fan then slows down ensuring that all the remaining heat inside the unit is used to heat your house.
The key benefit to Ducted Gas Heating is the savings you can make on your heating bills. What you will need to weigh up is the initial purchase price versus the savings you will make on your gas bills each year.
Most Ducted Gas Systems provide the ability of zoning. This divides your home in to pre-selected zones which enables you to heat certain areas of your home, while shutting off heat to the others. This way you are not wasting energy.
Add-on cooling system will provide total climate control to your home. The system is “Added on” to an existing Gas Ducted System to provide cooling through the existing duct work. You can install add on cooling when you install your Gas Ducted Heater or at a later time.
Installing Add-on Cooling at a later date
Care must be taken when installing an add-on cooler at a later date to ensure the original ductwork system is correctly designed and sized for an Add-on Cooler.
Most Add-on Cooling Systems provide the ability of Zoning. This divides your home in to pre-selected zones which enables you to cool certain areas of your home, while shutting off cooling to the others. This way you are not wasting energy.
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