When you are ready for a heating system installation for your home, there are a lot of things to consider. The features of your system can help provide modern efficiency for your home's winter energy needs. You may want to consider options like AC heat pumps for milder climates, geothermal heat pumps for more conventional HVAC, and hydro-air heating for more efficient designs. The following modern efficiency solutions for your heating installation will help improve the energy design of your home for winter:
Understanding hydro-air systems—One of the first modern heating systems that you may want to consider for your installation is a hydro-air heating system. These systems work with conventional central air HVAC design but are different because they use water for the thermal exchange. There are benefits to using a hydro-air system for your homes heating design, such as:
- Ability to connect heating to a solar water heater
- More comfort and humidity for dry winter air
- An easily expandable heating system for your home
- More options for heating system fuels and energy
These are the benefits of using hydro-air systems for the design of your new heating installation. Talk to your heating system installer about hydro-air and other improvements that can be made for an efficient heating solution for your home during the winter months.
Geothermal heat pumps for efficient HVAC—Geothermal heat pumps are another solution for conventional HVAC systems that can make your winter heating more efficient. These are systems that use the thermal exchange of median ground temperatures to provide your heating system with energy to improve efficiency. The thermal exchange happens through a well or a loop of pipes that are buried below the frost line of the soils outside of your home.
AC heat pumps for heating in areas with mild climates—AC replacements with air conditioner heat pumps are becoming more common for homes in mild climates. They are a really efficient solution to cool homes during hot summer weather, and they can work in reverse to provide your home with the heating it needs. The AC heat pump can be an extremely efficient solution for winter heating for your home.
Efficient radiant heating solutions for homes in the coldest climates—The efficient energy solution for your home can also be a radiant heating system. Today, there are options for efficient radiator designs and in-floor designs that can make the radiant heating for your home much more efficient. There are also several options for boilers that can provide your home with the thermal energy that is needed for winter heating.
These are efficient heating system solutions that will help make your new system more efficient, and your winter energy costs lower. Contact a heating system installation service and talk to them about these solutions to improve the energy design of your new system.Share