For Your Home
Whether you have forced air, baseboards or radiators, natural gas has a system for you. There are two main types of natural gas heating systems:
Forced Air Systems
The most common type of system in the United States is a "forced-air" central heating system that uses natural gas burners to heat air. The air is then circulated through duct work in the home by a blower or fan.
These systems have a gas boiler that creates steam or hot water, which is then circulated through the home through pipes or tubes. Hydronic systems can use baseboard components, radiators or pipes built into the floor.
When instaling a traditional heating system is not optimal, natural gas ductless systems are a great option. They allow you to enjoy the warmnth of gas heat without adding ductwork or a chimney.
Comnbo heating systems provide low-maintenance gas water heaitng and heating using a direct-vent storage water heater or tankless water heater; while Integrated Mechanical Systems combine heating, water heating, and cooling into one package.
To find out more about natural gas home heating systems, Request a Free Products for the Home Buyers Guide. You may also visit our Online Video Library to get helpful tips on selecting the best natural gas home heating system for your home.
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