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Electric Heating: Worth Considering?

Electric heating is safe, affordable, and environmentally-friendly. If you’re thinking about buying a home or are considering a change from another type of home heating, then read on to learn why you should consider electric heat over other options.

Electric Heating Versus Oil or Gas

Electric heating does not burn materials or have noxious fumes, which makes it the safest heating option for your home. It’s also the most affordable. Since it is independently wired, if a room is not in use, then you can save energy by not heating that specific room to the same temperature as the rest of the house. This type of heating is also environmentally-friendly as it does not require fuel, thus it preserves natural resources (oil) and does not release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere (gas).

There are several ways in which you can switch to electric heating:

  • Electric boilers heat water and pump warm air through radiators located in each room.
  • Electric furnaces draw air to a cabinet with the help of a cold-air return and then the air goes through the heat exchanger. Electrical elements heat the air and the blower pushes the heat through the system of ductwork.
  • Convection space heaters provide gradual heat through the rooms. They circulate convection currents throughout the body and across an electrical wire which then heats up the air.

Tim Kyle Electric: Residential Electrical Service for Hanover PA

Looking for residential electrical service in Hanover PA? Contact Tim Kyle Electric. Our residential electrical services will take all of the stress out of powering and heating your home. We can meet with you to determine the best installation for your home and situation so you can save energy and money while keeping warm this winter. Let our experts work with you on any project and we guarantee that you’ll be satisfied with the process from start to finish!

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