Showing all 5 results
If you need to maximise the comfort of your own home without compromising the comfort of Mother Earth, then ducted heating is the way to go. As it produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than most other forms of heating, you can breathe easier, knowing that your footprint is a little lighter. In fact, Australian Gas Association research found that gas ducted central heating produced just one third of the emissions of heating produced by black coal-generated electricity.
Ducted Gas Heating comprises of a heating unit that is connected to a series of outlets through a system of ducts. The outlets and ducts are strategically placed throughout your home, either in the floor or ceiling. The position of the heating unit depends on your house. The ducts that connect the outlets to the heating unit are neatly tucked away out of sight. A wall controller lets you set up your temperature for the whole home, or even down to a single room.
If you want to have an idea of how efficient your heating system is, have a look at the star rating. It’s simple: the higher the star rating, the more efficient the heater. This also means that the higher the star rating, the bigger annual savings on your running costs. Ratings determine what percentage of gas is converted into heat. The higher the rating, the closer to 100% of the gas is being converted into heat. On average, an increase of one star means energy usage savings of approximately 10%. Ducted units start at 3 stars and go all the way to 7 star energy rated systems. Climatise only stocks the highest star heaters because we understand that a good, competent heating system is essential in any family home.
Comfort does not necessarily mean you have to break the bank, and ducted gas heating proves that. Once you feel warm enough, the heater unit switches off, ensuring that all the heat you’ve got in your house stays there. For outstanding comfort, control and energy management, you can opt for zone ducted heating, allowing you to have up to four individually controlled zones – each with their own time and temperature setting. As energy prices rise, ducted gas heating has the edge on reverse cycle when it comes to both efficiency and performance.
Showing all 5 results