Do you know how your home is heated right now? Most people don't even think about it. After all, they have a handy dandy thermostat to control their home's climate for optimal comfort. Thanks to rising fuel costs, homeowners are becoming more aware of their heating and cooling systems and wondering how to save money on their energy bills. If this scenario applies to you, you can lower your energy bills.
Everybody is worthy of having a comfortable and cozy home.
Besides inspecting your home for apparent leaks in energy (weatherproofing and sealing cracks, etc.), you can invest in an energy-efficient heating system. If your current system is old, it is not running at maximum efficiency, especially since heating technology has come a long way in the past few years. The most energy-efficient heating systems can be found in radiant heat, solar heat, furnaces, heat pumps, boilers, forced air heating and even hydronic heating. You want to choose a system that can operate easily and save you money on your heating bill. Here is a rundown of the different types of standard heating systems.