Ducted Gas Heating

A Ducted Gas Heating system is a cost effective heating solution that runs on Natural Gas or LPG. They are available in various efficiency models ranging from 3-7 stars.

Ducted gas heating consists of convection heaters circulating warm air throughout the home via insulated vents in the floor or ceiling.

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Features and benefits

Why choose Ducted Gas heating systems?

A Ducted Gas Heating warms your home quickly, cost effectively and easily. With just a single press of a button, the system comes on, and your home begins to warm up.

They’re Smart

More advanced ducted heating systems can be intelligently programmed to come on automatically when needed, and shut off automatically when not needed. For example, if you wanted the heater to warm your home before you wake up, and before you get home from work each day.

Doesn’t Dry the Skin

Ducted gas heating doesn’t dry out the air, meaning your skin and eyes also won’t be effected by the low moisture levels. This means the heating unit leads to a high level of comfort.

Choose the Rooms to Heat

The air ducts can be shut so that not all rooms have to be heated. This is perfect for busier houses where some occupants might not want the heater on.

The Star Rating Explained

 

The efficiency of a heating system is rated on a scale of 3 stars to 7, with 3 being less efficient and 7 being the most efficient.

The star rating on your Ducted Gas Heater helps you compare how much gas your heater is actually using. It’s an indicative guide that outlines the running cost of the heater in terms of annual energy usage.

The higher the star rating, the more energy efficient the heater is – meaning bigger annual savings on your running costs. On average, an increase of one star means energy usage savings of approximately 10 percent

For example running a 6 star heater in comparison to a 3 star heater could save you $474* per year.

Installation

Most homes are suitable for a ducted gas heating solution, as the system can be installed in the roof or floor. The installation depends entirely on what will work best for your home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Some commonly asked questions about Ducted Gas Heating

  • How often should I get my heating system serviced?

    Like your car, periodic preventative maintenance is key to your ducted heating system lasting. We recommend at least getting the unit serviced every 12-24 months.

    Talk to one of our technicians about your current setup and they’ll determine what type of maintenance schedule will work best.

  • How much does a gas ducted heating system cost to run?

    We cannot determine an average monthly or yearly running cost because it is entirely dependant on variables out of our hands, such as personal usage, gas prices and environmental factors.

    If you want to get a more precise estimate, speak to one of our technicians about running costs, and they’ll be able to provide a rough estimate on monthly or yearly running costs based on information you provide them.

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