Are you looking to make your home heating more energy efficient? If yes, we are here to help by providing you information on how to improve your energy savings by replacing or upgrading your existing boiler with a high efficiency-condensing boiler. Read this article to get started.
Facts About Your Heating and Hot Water Costs
On average, 60% of a household’s energy expenditure is on heating and hot water. This is roughly $1,200 to $1,400 a year. Heating costs is based on energy costs and the energy efficiency of your heating system.
You cannot do much about energy costs but you can decide what type of heating system runs in your home and the type of fuel that burns to provide home heating. Modern heating can produce the amount of heat you desire without burning as much fuel as an older heating system.
Look at the type of boiler you have in your home. Is it a condensing boiler or a non-condensing boiler? You can differentiate between the two boilers by looking at the exhaust that goes from the outdoor wall to your boiler.
Condensing boilers usually has an exhaust made of plastic. A non-condensing boiler usually has an exhaust made of metal with no sign of visible steam.
Replace or upgrade your home heating system today to save energy and reduce your energy bill. Hire Scardina Plumbing & Heating.
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