Gas Boilers provide an option to furnaces for residential heating. When people are having a new home constructed and are considering heating and cooling equipment to be installed, they might consider the advantages of boilers as installed by a company such as South Side Plumbing & Heating Co. However, when searching online, they may discover news about European countries planning to ban the installation of new gas boilers in the near future. Now, they have second thoughts.
Heat Pumps and
The proposal to
ban this equipment is related to concerns about carbon emissions.
Some European countries are encouraging homeowners to choose heat
pumps instead. Many homeowners in the United States rely on those
devices for heating and cooling. They are more efficient than many
other options, especially in regions with hot summers and mild
heat pumps become more inefficient than gas boilers and furnaces when
the temperature dips below 35 degrees Fahrenheit. When temperatures
drop below 25 degrees, another source of heat is required. This is
why most homeowners in the Pittsburgh area and other places with cold
winter temperatures are not interested in heat pumps. The proposal
for Europe will be problematic for residents of the far northern
Gas Boilers are
more efficient than other options for Pennsylvania residents, and
natural gas is considered a clean fuel. Electric baseboards are
associated with higher utility bills in the winter. Wood burning
stoves and furnaces add particulates to the air. A large majority of
Pennsylvania residents choose natural gas for heating water and
cooking, as well as for heating the entire home. They appreciate the
lower costs than they would have if running all this equipment on
electrical power. Information on one particular installation
professional can be seen at Southsideplumbingandheating.com.
A gas range also has the advantage that it can be used if the power goes out. When electronic ignition is unable to work, the gas can be lit with a match or lighter, just as was routinely done years ago. This is a safe action as long as the fuel is lit immediately when it’s released by a turn of the knob. You can connect with them on Facebook for more updates!
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