Due to the ever-rising costs of electricity in Australia, old-school electric heaters are no longer a suitable heating option.
As natural gas is a much cheaper alternative, a gas heater makes a more versatile, energy-efficient and affordable form of home heating.
So, let’s take a gander to see what all the hoo-ha is about.
Ducted gas heating is one of the most popular heating options for homes in cooler climates.
This system consists of an outdoor heating unit and a network of ducts installed in the roof cavity or under the floor. The outdoor unit transfers cold air to the heat exchanger, which warms the air and then delivers it to different parts of your home via vents.
So, let´s look at the pros and cons of ducted gas heaters and reverse cycle systems.
Ducted Gas Heating
Ducted Reverse cycle
The cost of installing ducted gas heating depends on:
A ducted gas heater costs between $7,000 and $14,000, including GST and installation.
Here at Hello Breeze, we sell only the best and most reliable ducted gas heating systems. Our brands include:
Upgrade your home today with a ducted gas heater from Hello Breeze. Get a quote online or give us a bell on 1300 712 732. Make coming home on frosty nights something to look forward to.
Yes. Ducted gas heating systems are powered by natural gas.
Consumer advocate group CHOICE calculated the average running costs of small, medium and large gas heaters.
Room size kW output Gas consumption Running cost/hr
Small (29–42m²) 2.9–4.2kW 13–15MJ/h $0.30–$0.50
Medium (46–66m²) 3.4–6.6kW 18–21MJ/h $0.54–$0.67
Large (52–82m²) 5.2–8.2kW 23+MJ/h $0.72–$1.03