Heaters don’t always get enough love for what they do.
They give us the comfort we need, especially when the temperature drops during wintertime. A good heater warms up the whole space within a reasonable amount of time.
Before you get ready for your heating installation, here is a nifty guide to help you choose which type of heater is best suited for your house.
These two areas of the house have one thing in common: they are both enclosed spaces. That means they’re easier to heat since the hot air will only have to circulate in one confined place.
If you opt to warm smaller rooms like bedrooms and study areas, an electric panel heater like the Bliss Euro convective panel heater can do the job quite nicely.
It’s small, eco-friendly and easy on the pocket. You won’t even have to worry about any toxic air getting trapped in your space since it uses electricity to operate. It’s perfect for newbies who are just trying out their first space heaters!
When it comes to more open areas like living rooms and hallways, you’d want something that looks presentable but still performs well.
The best choice for a living room is a gas log fire. The Rinnai range of realistic yet premium quality gas log fires is hassle-free to maintain and easy on the budget.
This type of heater replicates a realistic view of eucalypt look logs which can be installed inbuilt or free standing. Isn’t that nice?
Is your house too big for space heaters? Want that whiff of warm air anytime, anywhere inside your home?
If you want consistent temperature all around the house, the simplest way to do so is with central heating.
Having a central heating system is the most convenient way to keep all your rooms chills-free. With central heating, the unit evenly distributes heat in all areas of your living space. You can also choose from two heat sources: gas and hydronic.
Bonaire and Brivis, both industry giants in the heating and cooling industry, are well-known for their high-quality heating systems. We here Australian Climate Systems can also design ducted heating systems to be zoned using multiple controllers for maximum control.