Ducted central heating comprises a central heating unit, which is connected to a series of outlets. Positioned strategically throughout your home, these outlets, or ducts, are installed either in the floor or ceiling. Positioning of the heating unit depends on your house. If your house is built on a concrete slab, the unit is installed in the roof. If it has space underneath or a very low roof line, the unit is installed outside or under the floor. The ductwork, which connects the outlets to the heating unit, is neatly tucked away out of sight.
In most areas, electricity costs are rising faster than gas, so natural gas heating offers a cost-effective alternative. With ducted heating you don’t have to walk out of a warm room into a cold one. You can be watching TV while the kids are in bed and everyone stays warm.
Gas Ducted central heating is the most efficient way to heat your entire house. You can save up to $300* per year in operating costs to heat your entire home using a high efficiency gas ducted heater compared to using gas space heaters.
A household using electrical appliances for heating produces three times **more greenhouse gas emissions than a household using ducted gas appliances.
*Sustainable Energy Authority Victoria, 2004 for a house size up to 150m2
**AGA (Australian Gas Association)
Move to A Warm Zone
Ducted central heating offers heating flexibility through zoning. Zoning enables you to divide your home into sections so living areas can be heated during the day and sleeping areas at night, or whatever suits you. Zoning is not only practical but economical.
Contact Total Electrics & Air-Conditioning today for your ducted central heating requirements.