If you’ve ever found yourself shaking like a leaf in the comfort of your own home, then the chances are that you’ve thought about investing in a heating system. Wise move.
So, you're fed up with being chilly at home and you’re ready to purchase a heating system to keep you nice and toasty, but you’re not quite sure which one to go for?
Luckily for you, Hello Breeze is on hand to give you the lowdown on two of the most popular choices on the market. So let's start our review on Gas ducted heating VS reverse cycle!
Both systems feature heating units that are typically installed on the outside of your home. They then spread heat throughout your home via ducts to keep you as snug as a bug!
A ducted reverse cycle system uses electricity to heat your home by extracting air from outside and transporting it through heat pumps. This creates warm air which spreads throughout your home via ducts in the ceiling or floor, offering a super-efficient way to keep you warm in winter. Reverse cycle heating can also reverse the process (hence the name) and turn hot air cold, meaning it’ll have you covered on those sweaty summer days too!
Gas ducted heating works by drawing in the air which is then heated by gas (surprise, surprise). The air is then distributed throughout your home via ducts in the floor or ceiling. However, gas heating lacks the ability to create cool air, so if you live in some of the warmer parts of the country - be warned - you will have to purchase a separate cooling system. We call this add-on cooling.
Now that you’ve got to meet our two heating heroes, what are the ups and downs of each product and which system best fits your needs?
Before you pick up the phone and place your order, here are a few things to consider:
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So, now that you’re a heating expert, it's over to you! It’s time to get yourself a heating system and snuggle on down to cosy town!
But if you feel like you’re still a bit unsure or would like some help making a decision, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 1300 712 732, and one of the Hello Breeze team will be there to help answer all of your burning questions!