Baseboard heaters are quiet, safe, and energy-efficient type of indoor heating. Because of their small size, they take up very little space. They’re typically mounted underneath windows to counteract the cool air that falls from windows and are fairly inconspicuous.
Convection baseboard heat system is the most common type of base board heater. They help control temperature within the room. How they Work?
When the thermostat switch turns on, the coils heat up and disperse heat into the room. They supplement HVAC systems or in places where the central heating doesn’t reach.
Types of Baseboard Heaters
Fan Wall heaters
Baseboard heaters are usually placed under windows and on perimeter walls of the home. This allows them to counteract the cold air radiating off the window glass, as well as the areas where the home’s greatest heat loss tends to happen. Electrical baseboards are individually controlled, meaning each unit has its own thermostat. We can provide and install a complete home or business indoor heating system, call now and let us give you a quote.
Heat pumps are just two-way air conditioners (see detailed description in the cooling systems section) kind of indoor heating. During the summer, an air conditioner works by moving heat from the relatively cool indoors to the relatively warm outside. In winter, the heat pump reverses this trick, scavenging heat from the cold outdoors with the help of an electrical system, and discharging that heat inside the house. Almost all heat pumps use forced warm-air delivery systems to move heated air throughout the house.
Heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners for all climates. They use electricity to transfer heat from a cool space to a warm space, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. During the winter season, heat pumps move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house. During the summer season, heat pumps move heat from your house into the outdoors. Because they transfer heat rather than generate heat and can efficiently provide comfortable temperatures for your home. (we do not install heat pumps but can provide all the electricals required to make one function)
A furnace works by blowing heated air through ducts that deliver the warm air to rooms throughout the house via air registers or grills. This type of indoor heating system is called a ducted warm-air or forced warm-air distribution system. It can be powered by electricity, natural gas, or fuel oil.
(We do not install furnaces but can provide you with all the electricals required to make one function)
Electric Floor heating
Electric floor heating systems are commonly installed in kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms even for basement rooms that are hard to heat with traditional air heating systems. Ceramic, Porcelain and natural stone are among the best flooring materials for floor heating. We can design and install an Electric floor indoor heating system for you, Call us today and see what we can offer you.