Gas Ducted Heating

Gas heaters work by passing cold air over a heat exchanger, which is warmed by gas combustion flames. The warmed air is then pushed through ducts into the home via a series of vents in the ceiling or floor. Outlets/ vents are placed throughout your home to deliver warm air wherever you decide that you need it.

There are benefits to using this type of system; let’s have a look at them.

Ducted systems are designed to heat your whole home and are more efficient if you need to warm the whole property as opposed to different rooms at once. Ducted heating also doesn’t lose efficiency if the temperature drops outside (unlike reverse cycle systems).

Reverse cycle systems and wood powered heating produce a much dryer air which can be irritating to the eyes and throat. Gas heating systems produce a more humid air which can help with allergies too.

Gas Ducted heating systems are extremely quick to fire up and heat your property; they get to work fast.