If you want to get your home ready for the autumn chill, now is the time to consider a new heating installation. Today, there are many options for more energy-efficient heating systems that you can have installed in your home. The following efficient heating solutions are the options that you will want to consider before autumn brings colder weather:
- High-Efficiency Electric Furnaces for HVAC—The furnace in your home is a mechanical system that uses a lot of energy. Therefore, heating installation could be a good way to upgrade it with an energy-efficient solution. The furnace that is installed in your home can be a high-efficiency electric furnace. These furnaces are extremely energy-efficient and often solar-ready. This means that the furnace is efficient enough and designed to be connected to solar panels or other renewable energy systems. If you are looking for solutions that can use renewable energies, a high-efficiency furnace could be good for your heating installation.
- Biomass Boilers for Efficient Radiant Heating—Another option to consider for heating installation before autumn is a biomass boiler. These are systems that use organic fuels and are more efficient than many conventional energy solutions. A biomass boiler is designed for radiant heating normally, but heat exchangers can be added to ductwork plenums for conventional HVAC solutions. There are also options for smaller pellet stoves for biomass heating installations, but these are smaller systems that may not heat your entire home.
- Efficient Geothermal Heating Systems—One of the oldest and most reliable energy-efficient solutions for heating and cooling your home is geothermal HVAC. Consider geothermal heat pump HVAC designs if you are planning on installing a new heating and air conditioner in your home. These systems are efficient and provide your heating with thermal energy through the ground loop of the geothermal heat pump.
- Passive Heating and Solar Water Heaters—Passive heating is a type of architectural design, that can be good for natural heating with sunlight. The passive heating is done by allowing sunlight into your home through windows facing the sun during the winter months. This can be combined with a heating installation that includes a solar water heater to provide conventional furnaces and boilers with thermal energy.
These are the options that you will want to consider to get your home ready for colder autumn weather. If you need help with your heating before autumn, contact a heating installation service and talk to them about some of these options for your home.