MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heating installation’

Multi-Zone Heating Systems Can Lower Your Bills

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

ductless-heating-systemTemperatures are cooling with the arrival of fall, and soon enough winter will be here. If you’re in the market for a new heating system, now is the time to buy. You still have several weeks of comparatively warm weather to plan and execute a new installation, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of the new system all winter. Most of us are accustomed to either boilers or forced-air furnaces in our homes, both of which work quite well. But if your home can’t support such systems, or if you’re looking for a way to lower the costs of heating without skimping on quality, there’s another option. Multi-zone heating systems, or ductless mini-split systems, are well worth exploring.

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3 Things to Look for When Purchasing a New Heater

Monday, September 18th, 2017

new-heating-systemAutumn officially arrives in just a few days, which means that winter will be here before you know it. If your heating system is on its last legs, now is the ideal time to install a new one. This will allow you to take advantage of its improved efficiency and similar features before you need it, enjoying the benefits all winter long. It also means you won’t have to worry about your heating system breaking down, which provides peace of mind as well as savings on monthly heating costs and total coverage in the unlikely event of a breakdown.

Before you install the new system, however, you need to take careful stock of your needs, and ensure that the heater you purchase is able to meet them. That’s part of why you should always count on a trained technician to provide timely advice and help you select a system that perfectly meets your needs. More specifically, there are 3 things to look for when purchasing a new heater that will ensure that it’s perfect for your specific household.

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How Does a Ductless Heating System Work?

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

The most common way for a home to receive central heating is with a forced-air system. A larger blower fan sends heated air from a furnace or a heat pump into a ventilation network. The ducts transport the air to rooms vent to provide various parts of the house with warmth. When people think of heating a home without ducts, they usually imagine a radiant heating system such as a boiler. However, it’s possible to have forced-air heating without any ductwork at all. It’s call a ductless mini split system.

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