The first time I moved into a loft with an electric heating system, I was horrified about the energy bill I’d get at the end of the month! I grew up in a gas-powered home, as well as my parents constantly said those who use the electric gas furnace are richâ€¦ Of course, I tried finding a loft running on a gas heating system, but the housing agent told me it was close to impossible.
Most homes in my preferred section of living had transitioned to the electric heat pump, with just a few using a hybrid heating device.
Surprisingly, my bills are legitimately manageable But, that only happened with making the effort t make my gas furnace more energy efficient. I used the heating business contact I had in my list of maintenance providers for the house. I affixed to an HVAC professional who was keen to answer all my questions. The most pressing one was on how I’d ensure my electric heating unit reMEd energy efficient. The most blatant one was keeping up-to-date with the gas furnace maintenance schedule, which their heating business could perform whenever I booked to have it done. The other recommendations involved improving the device’s efficacy by ensuring every filter I bought to substitute the older one was a HEPA filter. The HVAC serviceman made me understand that such a filter would catch most air contaminants, which would scrub the air while preventing it from overworking. The HVAC business also warned me about switching the heat pump on as well as off because it would interfere with its efficacy. The solution was installing a wireless thermostat which allows me to set the loft un-even temperatures to a comfortable level that stays constant depending on my needs.