Ducted heating, or central heating, comprises of a ducted heating unit, which is connected to a series of outlet ducts that are situated strategically throughout your home.
These ducts are installed either in the floor or ceiling, depending on the access available. For example if your house is built on a concrete slab, the ducted heating unit is installed in the roof. Or if your home has space underneath, or a very low roof line, the ducted heating unit is installed outside or under the floor. All ductwork, which connects the outlets to the ducted heating unit, is then safely out of sight.
Benefits of Ducted Heating
With ducted heating everyone in the home stays warm and cosy in winter. The warmth can be kept at a constant thermostat controlled temperature of your choosing. Some ducted heating units even have a timer that allows you to set the unit to turn on and heat your home before you arrive. The timer also allows your ducted heating to automatically switch off at the time you normally leave, saving you the worry of remembering to turn it off.
Ducted heating is a smart, long term investment in heating that increases the value of your property. When your family occupies more than one or two rooms at a time then ducted heating is the obvious long term economical choice.
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