A heating system which is highly effective, affordable and safe, is not a luxury but a necessity for your house or professional space.

In this guide made specifically for Cyprus, you may explore all the available and cost-effective heating solutions, new technologies, heating types according to fuel or energy source, distribution, as well as their maintenance, repair and as always, our top professionals and contractors At Your Service!

Just before winter, heating is the number one priority for most of us whether it’s about installing a new heating system or a component to the existing one. Of course, maintenance or any repair issues are also in our minds these days, especially if we use a/cs - a very popular heating and cooling system - which worked really hard this past extremely hot summer in Cyprus!

Thus, it’s important to find out in detail - yet fast - everything available in the market today, all fuel types, what is best for specific needs as well as when maintenance, repair or upgrade is needed to your existing heating system.

However, although flooded with ads and brochures on all new hi-tech/ green/ evolutionary/ fashionable/ you_name_it, heating system, I rarely feel I really know when and if I need something better or whether my heating system is already efficient, economic, green or hi-tech enough.

So, if all this sounds Chinese to you too, I have come up with a simpler way to understand what does what, by dividing each heating system in two large categories. You see, most heating systems are consisted of two main parts: the visible and the invisible part.


Just remember that what you don’t see is the mini power plant, aka engine and fuel or energy source used to produce heat, while what you see around your house is just the distribution system and single heating devices. So first, you have to figure out the invisible part, and only then, you may proceed to your preferred distribution system.

Now that it’s less confusing, after reading this guide,you will know exactly what those brochures and experts are talking about and for which heating component, if your heating system is sized well, if you have any leaks, if you are paying much more than you should and finally, the big question, if it’s time to change your heating system.

So, let’s take it from the beginning, because your needs will determine the system you need; not the market, not new technologies, nor every new product with an“unbelievable” price!

What are your heating needs?

Before choosing a heating system, you should first have all the answers to the following topics, in detail:

The size of your space

The square meters of the space you wish to heat are not the only factor to have in mind when purchasing a heating system. You should also inform the heating contractor of the type of your space and levels. For instance, for a 300 square metered 3- floored office, you need a completely different plan than a two bedroom with just an attic.

The people living in

Square meters won’t help you to choose if you don’t also take into account the people. The ages, the number, as well as any specific health conditions of the people inhabiting or working in the place you are about to install a heating system or device, are the most important factors.


If for example, your family is consisted of 4 children and an elder woman with arthritis (apart from you and your husband/wife) then your needs for a safe, durable and effective heating system are huge, compared to the single CEO of a Forex company, - and so, is almost never at home - although, you both live in a similar 200 square meter home.

Your building's condition

When was your house built? If you live in a very old building with lots of damages and little or no maintenance over the years, then it is likely that the latest, most expensive and hi-tech heating system will be completely ineffective and a waste of your time and money.

Before any purchase, you should first call a contractor to repair any damages to your building, such as any holes that cause air leaks, cracked or broken windows etc..

Where is your building located?

A river crossing by your house, can dramatically change your needs for heating (and insulation) as well as the height and microclimate of your location. You need to inform the heating contractor all about your location as well as how’s the weather at your area.In other words, how cold it can get and how often.

Finally, one crucial factor, which will largely determine your choice for the best heating system for you: the type of fuel or energy source.

What is the best type of heating fuel or energy source for you?

Different fuels offer different fuel capabilities and are not appropriate for all heating systems, areas or spaces.


You might be dreaming of a huge marble fireplace for your living room but if it’s going to be your main heating system, then maybe before building one, you should ask the contractor whether your storage has the capability for 3 times more firewood because this is the only way to make this work! :)

So, before choosing a heating system for your house, you’d better first check the types of fuel available, the costs and their heating capabilities. Ask an expert for cost-effective fuels for your specific space (size, area, needs) and only then you may purchase the system or devices and heat distribution system compatible with the type of fuel you chose.

Also, you should also think about the future availability and potential of the fuel or energy source you chose. In Cyprus, we are about to produce natural gas in the next years and so, it is very likely that your fuel costs will be comparatively low to the costs of fuel oil, for example. Solar and wind energy are also affordable, eco-friendly sources with great potential. So, here are your choices:

The most common sources of energy and fuel types

Electricity

This type of power makes heating systems or devices very cost- effective. Unfortunately this is not the best choice for the environment but it is considered clean and healthy for homes because its production and pollutants happen far at the power plant.

In Cyprus, electricity comes from EAC’s power plants, which in their vast percentage are fuelled by gas oil (diesel) and lately there are efforts to turn toalternative energy sources such as wind turbines and solar panels.


Advantages
- you don’t need storage for fuel,
- youneed small space for devices, small maintenance needs
-electrical heating devices operate instantly without any preparation procedure
- it is considered a cleaner and healthier solution especially for those with respiratory health problems
- Electricity heating systems are not the most affordable solution but can be cost effective if basic conditions are met (insulation, proper study and installation, regular maintenance etc.)
- no emissions

Disadvantages
- electricity is considered to be the most polluting type of energy for the environment, since your power comes mainly from burning diesel
- youhave no heating during power outages

Heating oil

This type of fuel is based on mineral resources and so, the costs and availability depend on each area. It is not friendly to the environment and not very healthy but due to it’s low cost, especially during the past years, it became very popular.

Τhe minimum infrastructure needed for a central heating system that burns heating oil, includes piping, radiators and a boiler. So, the installation and purchase cost is high, however it is an effective heating solution.

Advantages
- Costs less than electricity heating systems
- is a very effective heating fuel
- although flammable, if basic safety rules are kept, it is generally considered safe
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Disadvantages
- its price is not steady and is expected to rise since it’s based on mineral resources that will end in almost 50 years
- high environmental footprint
- this fuel requires some ventilation
- produces pollutants (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen)
- air is constantly circulating creating dust which may be uncomfortable or not healthy especially for people with respiratory problems
- requires a lot of space for infrastructure as well as storage tank for the oil

Natural gas

What most people don’t know about natural gas is that its thermal capabilities are not the same everywhere. This varies according to its composition which depends on the source.

At first natural gas was very popular due to the lower price (compared basically with heating oil), but the price has risen since then.  Of course, since Cyprus is about to produce natural gas soon, the price is expected to significantly drop.

Advantages
- it is a very effective heating solution
- although also flammable, if basic safety rules are kept it is generally considered safe
- you don’t need fuel storage space

Disadvantages
- high environmental footprint and is classified as a greenhouse gas
- air is constantly circulating creating dust which may be uncomfortable or not healthy especially for people with respiratory problems
- requires some ventilation
- requires space for infrastructure
- the cost for infrastructure and installation is high

LP or propane

A very common fuel in many parts of the world which works with many types of devices and heating systems.

Advantages
- low cost fuel
- it is a very effective heating solution
- can heat faster than electricity
- not a greenhouse gas, however there are some low emissions
- although also flammable, if basic safety rules are kept it is generally considered safe
- heat is provided during power outages

Disadvantages
- requires space for infrastructure
- the cost for infrastructure and installation is high
- requires some ventilation

Wood / Firewood

Wood is the most ancient fuel for heating, cooking and lighting. It is available almost everywhere and so, people are still using it. However, wood is not an eco-friendly fuel while its efficiency is greatly affected by the type of wood and humidity levels.

Advantages
- very low cost fuel
- heating not affected by power outages

Disadvantages
- requires large and dry storage spaces
- ventilation is necessary in most systems
- you have no control over the burn
- humidity reduces its quality

Coal

For the last 40 years, coal is the top domestic fuel for heating devices such as stoves and fireplaces.

Advantages
- compared to wood, coal is cost efficient
- it’s available almost everywhere
- requires less storage space than wood
- devices that burn coal can also burn a variety of other fuel

Disadvantages
- produces CO2, small particles and pollutes the atmosphere can make a room’s air unhealthy, especially if there’s no ventilation or people with health conditions
- it burns slowly and so, there no need for constant supply
- systems that burn coal require cleaning and frequent maintenance
- humidity reduces its quality

Alternative or renewable energy sources and fuels

In their vast percentage they are clean, eco-friendly, their technologies are evolving at amazing paces and they constantly get cheaper.

However for now, they are not used as much as should, mainly because of the low availability and the high costs to purchase and/or install such systems or devices. Of course, this is something that changes every day, in our country too.

Wind energy

Wind farms and wind turbines are now a familiar sight almost everywhere, as well as in Cyprus.

Advantages
- clean and affordable energy source
- no need for fuel
- no need for storage space

Disadvantages
- unpredictable and so, it might not be adequate at times, when used to power large areas
- turbines make some noise which for some is very unpleasant while for others is not an issue
- might threaten bird life

Solar energy
Cyprus is one of the perfect places to exploit solar energy. Photovoltaic parks and solar panels are very common while this type of heating systems is very efficient.
 
Advantages
- clean and affordable energy source
- no need for fuel
- highly available almost all year long in Cyprus
 
Disadvantages
- solar panels and photovoltaic parks require large space
- high purchase and installation costs
- this type of energy has fluctuations as well, when the sun is down or when it is heavily shaded
 
Biomass (ethanol and bio-diesel)
This is a wide range of products, by-products and various waste streams (municipal, industrial, forestry, agriculture etc.), burned to produce energy.

Advantages:
- relatively cheaper fuel
- eco-friendly since it uses waste and decreases demand on Earth’s resources

Disadvantages
- there might be issues with fuel availability in certain areas or at certain times of the year
- requires storage space
- this is still burning and thus, gas and micro particles are released in the atmosphere

Pellets
Pellets are small round pieces of compressed biomass or wood (recycled sawdust and wood waste, mainly). As an alternative fuel, pellets are cheaper than oil or electricity while pellet heating devices are really elegant.


Pellets thermal capability is greatly affected by humidity levels. A pellet heating system requires a stove, a fireplace or a central heating system consisting of radiators, piping and a boiler.

Advantages
-pellet costs almost 50% less than heating oil
- 100% natural with no chemical additives
- low environmental footprint
- although there is fire involved, it is considered a safe heating solution
- pellet burning devices or heating systems are affordable to purchase

Disadvantages
- heating systemsor devices using low quality pellet might require much more frequent maintenance
- needs big storage space, smaller than wood or coal though
- you have to fill your stove or furnace at least once a day
- needs to be stored in a very dry space or humidity damages pellets and eventually can cause damage to your heating system

Geothermal energy
This type of energy requires drilling a hole in the ground, send water and have steam come up and running through a turbine, which can power a wide variety of heating devices and systems. However, the depth of the hole and the infrastructure needed, depends on the area you live in and technologies used.

Advantages
-you will never need any fuel, just water
- entirely emission free energy source – zero carbon
- no fluctuations as with solar and wind energy
- new technologies don’t require high earth temperatures

Disadvantages
- if not already available in your area it is expensive to build and install such a system to your building
- high populated areas are not the best areas for this source of energy
- there might be leaks due to long distances
- you need a minimum temperature of 350F+ (almost 160°C)

Who will control your heating system?

Central Heating

Central heating is when all heating devices are connected and controlled by a central point where the furnace, burner, electric pump or any other heating energy source you might use, is located.

The heat can be distributed in any way you prefer, however the whole system is controlled by one place. Central heating is used to heat houses, whole buildings or blocks of flats.

Advantages
- it might cost more to install but in an insulated building and when designed properly by experts, your heating costs are lower than with space heating
- especially for offices and since an expert will estimate your central heating operational schedule to best fit the whole building’s needs, this is a very affordable solution.
- You avoid wasting energy and damage of the heating system from the constant turning on and off of devices or when people forget to turn them off when a room or the building is empty

Disadvantages
- it takes some time to heat a room, so you might need to get an additional heating device
- in the case of very large buildings, in sudden changes of weather, it might take days to program and start operating
- different rooms might have different heating needs and so, it might not be sufficient for all spaces or you might be wasting energy to rooms with less heating needs
- when heating large areas such as a whole house or a building, you cannot fully seal it and if it’s not insulated it is possible for heat to escape through doors and windows

Space heating (single units/devices)

Space heating is localized heating through single heating devices. Each one, is a single self - contained device and not a part of system. You only have to plug it in, whenever you wish a specific room or space to be heated.

Again, there are no restrictions on the type of heating system or device. From air conditioning units to heating panels and radiant bar heaters, anything can work independently and can be controlled locally.

Advantages
- it is the perfect solution for small spaces
- if you wish to heat a room really fast, space heating is best
- it provides the exact amount of heat needed and when needed and so, in rooms with entirely different heating needs, there is no waste of energy

Disadvantages
- most heating devices require some ventilation or the atmosphere can be very unhealthy, especially for children and elders. So, if there is no window in the room you wish to heat, space heating might not be the best option for you.
- if you wish to heat large professional spaces with many rooms and employees, this can be a very expensive solution

Heating distribution systems or mediums

Between the mini power plant in your basement or your socket and the heat you feel, there is a range of systems and mediums, which do the transfer.

Forced air

Air ducts are used to distribute hot air, usually from oil furnaces or electric and natural gas heat pumps, throughout your house or business premises and this is one of the most common heating systems.

Advantages
-air ducts can also be used to filter, clean or humidify the air and so, you don’t need a different system for that plus it’s healthier
- some types of electric pumps don’t need an air duct system installed


Disadvantages
-along with heat, sometimes furnace noise, smells and dust might also travel through air ducts which can make the environment unpleasant
-air ducts, if not regularly maintained and sealed can leak air which may cause up to 20-30% loss of heat

Hot water

By circulating hot water through pipes installed in walls, floors and/or ceilings, this type of heating system is distributing heat to your house or professional space.

Hydronic systems need a boiler to heat the water and an air handler, while the piping used to distribute heat is made of copper or plastic.However, hot water usually works with almost any kind of heat delivery package.

Advantages
- very efficient, especially for whole houses or buildings
- there is always hot water available and so, you don’t need a water heater
- long lasting  (with proper maintenance and good use)
- new technologies allow tankless water heating
- clean and fastheat distribution

Disadvantages
- it works best for a new construction or for a building with an existing pipe system in floors, walls and/or ceilings.
- higher cost to purchase and install

Stored heat

Electric thermal storage is a very popular distribution system which uses cheap night time or off peak day time electricity to heat ceramic bricks, so that during the day it stays warm and releases the heat to the rooms, without any other use of power.
 
Advantages
- makes the most efficient use of power generation and distribution
- friendlier to the environment than most electricity powered systems
- low operational costs
- no emissions
- they don’t’ dry the air
- low environmental footprint
 


Disadvantages
- expensive systems to purchase and install
- high electricity consumption and can cost if powered on high demand hours
- take up bigger spaces than other heating devices
- this is not a new technology and very popular due to the oil and gas price increase

Heat pumps

Just like refrigerators or air conditioners (in this case for heating, not cooling, though), these systems use some power to transfer warmth from a source of heat to a heat “sink” as it is called.
 
Advantages
save up to 70% more energy than heating oil
- are powered with electricity which is comparatively affordable
- very efficient and durable
 
Disadvantages
- increased purchase and installation costs
- are very bulky and take up big spaces
- due to constant circulation of air, dust is floating and so, this is not so healthy for people with respiratory conditions or allergies

What other heating devices are there?

Whether portable or installed, whether independent or as a component of your heating system, take a look at the following heating devices to find out what they can do for you, main advantages and disadvantages.

Category: Radiators

This type of heater is a very common heating device. Oil, water filled or of any other type, radiators are safe, efficient and don't require much space.

Gas radiator
Control system: central heating, space heating
Types: portable, fixed

Advantages
- operating costs can be 50% lower than electric radiators
- heats up quickly
- it provides heat during power outages

Disadvantages
- you need ventilation to the room
- sometimes creates noise


Electric radiator
Control system: central heating, space heating
Types: portable, fixed

Advantages
- high energy efficiency
- is the safest portable solution for heating
- it can be safely used in small and sealed rooms as it doesn’t require venting

Disadvantages
- doesn’t heat up very quickly
- if there is no electricity supply (power outage) or there is no electrical outlet it doesn’t provide heat

Maintenance
At least once a year, by a specialist

Category:  Infrared heaters

Radiant heaters
They are also called reflective heaters and produce heat by reflecting infrared rays to warm objects or small rooms.
Control system: space heating
Types: portable

Advantages
- lower energy costs
- can be safely used in small and sealed rooms, as it doesn’t require venting
- silent operation
- lightweight

Disadvantages
- is only suitable for small spaces and for no more than 1-2 people
- if there is no electricity supply (power outage) or there is no electrical outlet it doesn’t provide heat

Maintenance
Doesn’t require any maintenance, just repair if needed

Halogen heaters
This type of heaters use halogen elements to provide warmth to a small space by heating the air as it circulates through the oscillating halogen heater. It is powered with electricity
Control system: space heating
Types: portable

Advantages
- lower energy costs
- can be safely used in small and sealed rooms, as it doesn’t require venting
- silent operation
- lightweight
- usually last longer than most radiant heaters with electrical coils

Disadvantages
- is only suitable for small spaces and for no more than 1-2 people
- if there is no electricity supply (power outage) or there is no electrical outlet it doesn’t provide heat
- if not equipped with case should not be touched while operating

Maintenance
Νo maintenance is required, just cleaning and repair if needed.

Category: Convectors

Their technology is similar to storage heaters although they don’t store the heat. They use electricity and are considered affordable and effective.
Control system: space heating
Types: fixed and portable

Advantages
- low cost of purchase and comparatively low operational cost
- don’t require much space
- look nice

Disadvantages
- due to constant air circulation dust is continuously floating in the room and so, allergies and respiratory problems are likely if there is no ventilation

Maintenance
Needs frequent cleaning and at least, annual maintenance

Category: Air conditioning

Air conditioners are very common in most houses in Cyprus and very effective heating devices although they are mainly designed to operate as cooling devices not heating!
Control system: central heating, space heating
Types: fixed,portable

Advantages
- silent operation
- usually last longer than most radiant heaters with electrical coils
- easiest, economic and fast heating solution

Disadvantages
- what a/cs heat is the air of a room not objects and so, their heating effect does not last long
- when used there is a constant air circulation created which makes dust float, something which may cause respiratory problems
- although affordable to buy and install, (if not inverter technology) a/cs can increase electricity bills
- if there is no electricity supply (power outage) or no electrical outlet they don’t provide heat
- dries the air which might require the purchase of humidifier device

Maintenance
Requires annual maintenance only if used for heating and a more frequent if also used as a cooling device, throughout the year.

 

Category: Heating Stoves

A traditional heating system which now comes in very elegant designs.

Wood stoves
Control system: space heating
Types: fixed and portable

Advantages
- can also be used for cooking
- you can control the speed and heat of the burn
- uses less wood than a fireplace
- low operational costs
- really attractive designs
- you are not affected by power outages
-  efficient, convenient and fast


Disadvantages
- bulky devices which require a large space
- when operating, you can’t touch it or stay close
- expensive to purchase
- you need large, dry storage space for the firewood
- you might need extra safety precautions especially if you have children
- ventilation is necessary
- can’t heat large spaces or a whole house, just the room(s) it is installed

Maintenance
Demands constant maintenance and thorough cleaning before and after every single use.

Pellet stoves
Control system: space heating
Types: fixed and portable

Advantages
- most types allow you a wide variety of biofuels according to the supply in your area
- very elegant devices
- can also be used for cooking
- you can control the speed and heat of the burn
- low operational costs
- you are not affected by power outages
-  efficient, convenient and fast

Disadvantages
- require larger space than heaters or radiators
- when operating, you can’t touch it or stay close
- expensive to purchase
- you need large, dry storage space for pellets, although smaller than for firewood
- you might need extra safety precautions especially if you have children
- ventilation is necessary
- can’t heat large spaces or a whole house, just the room(s) it is installed

Maintenance
Demands constant maintenance and thorough cleaning before and after every single use

Gas stoves
Control system: central heating, space heating
Types: fixed and portable

Advantages
- you can control the speed and heat of the burn
- low operational costs
- you are not affected by power outages
-  efficient, convenient and fast
- very affordable to purchase

Disadvantages
- when operating, you can’t touch it or stay close
- you might need extra safety precautions especially if you have children
- ventilation is necessary
- can’t heat large spaces or a whole house, just the room(s) it is installed


Maintenance
Αt least once a year by a professional

Category: Fireplaces

This is a traditional heating system and can be a really beautiful decorating element. However, you are having a mini power plant inside your house and so, although very affordable to operate, this might not be the easiest or most effective solution for heating.

Wood burning fireplace
Control system: space heating
Types: fixed

Advantages
- can also be used for cooking
- the wonderful scent of fresh burning wood is for most people a great advantage although for some, it might be really unpleasant
- low operational costs
- requires time and effort to use
- you are not affected by power outages
- there might be some noise

Disadvantages
- it takes time to heat a room so you might need an additional heating device
- it produces floating particles and smoke and so, the room might requires frequent cleaning and painting
- requires constant supervision
- high building cost
- you need large, dry storage space for the firewood
- you might need extra safety precautions especially if you have children
- it is not recommended for people with respiratory problems as smoke and particles are constantly floating in the room
- ventilation is necessary
- can’t heat large spaces or a whole house, just the room(s) it is installed
- a big amount of heat leaks through the chimney an so, it is not considered an effective heating solution

Maintenance
A fireplace demands constant maintenance and thorough cleaning before and after every single use

Gas fireplace
Control system: space heating
Types: fixed

Advantages
- certain types of gas fireplaces don’t require a chimney
- low operational costs
- heats fast
- very convenient
- is a sufficient heating solution for a room
- you are not affected by power outages
- no noise, scent, smoke or floating particles

Disadvantages
- expensive to buy and install
- you might need extra safety precautions especially if you have children
- ventilation is necessary
- can’t heat large spaces or a whole house, just the room(s) it is installed

Maintenance
At least once a year, by a heating expert


Electric fireplace
Control system: space heating
Types: fixed and portable

Advantages
- doesn’t require a chimney
- low operational costs and cheaper than wood or gas fireplaces
- heats fast
- very convenient, you just have to plug it into an outlet
- is a sufficient heating solution for a room
- you are not affected by power outages
- no noise, scent, smoke or floating particles

Disadvantages
- expensive to buy and install
- electric fireplaces with the “digital version” of a flame might look really fake
- ventilation is necessary
- if portable and not pre-assembled you have to assemble it or hire someone to do it for you
- can’t heat large spaces or a whole house, just the room(s) it’s installed

Maintenance
At least once a year by a heating expert

Category: Fan – forced heaters

These types of heaters provide hot air by blowing it through heated metal coils.
Control system: space heating
Types: portable

Advantages
- very affordable to buy
- also come in very small sizes and is a great additional heating device for offices or bathrooms
- heats fast
- very lightweight and easy to carry in every room
- very convenient, you just have to plug it into an outlet
- is a sufficient heating solution for rooms and small spaces

Disadvantages
- can be noisy
- it is used mainly as an extra heating device since it has limited capabilities when it comes to large rooms
- some ventilation is required due to air circulating causing floating dust

Maintenance
It doesn’t require any maintenance, just cleaning or repair if damaged

Category: Infrared heating panels

Control system: space heating
Types: portable, fixed

Advantages
- low energy consumption
- very effective and healthy heating

Disadvantages
- high purchase cost
- require large space or they should be installed to the ceiling

Maintenance
Once a year by a professional

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A very efficient heating system will cost you less to operate or will live longer and thus, when considering costs, you should first examine the efficiency of the each system.

Is your heating system safe?

Safety is your first priority when talking about heating systems. Apart from following all instructions from manuals or contractors when buying or installing a heating system, you should also inform the people using it too, about all safety rules.

Also, here are a few extra things to know or do:

Installation

Try to hire a professional every time you need to install a new device or an additional component to your existing heating system. If it’s been a while since there was maintenance to the building have it checked first for air leakages or even water drainage.

Maintenance

It is very important for your safety, to have your heating system checked at least once a year by a professional. Cleaning, changing of air filters and various other checks should be made regularly, ideally by your contractor who is the best to know if the heating components he installed are working properly.

Buy a CO detector

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas produced by heating devices and systems, when the fuel is leaking or not burned properly.  A detector is the best way to know this before the CO levels rise enough to cause poisoning. CO detectors are ideally installed in or right outside bedrooms.
 

Should you replace your entire heating system?

In case you are not happy with your heating system and you want it replaced, you don’t have to change all of it.
If you are not about to make a major renovation to your house or professional space, then it’s better not to change your distribution system but instead, research on different technologies and alternative energy sources.

On the other hand, if you are now building your home or professional premises, if you prefer central heating solutions then this is the time to make your choices and purchase, as well as for a distribution system, as they need special infrastructure that is not as effective if installed after you building is finished.

Which heating system do you use? Why?

These are the basic things you should know about every heating system, while as you saw, what you will choose depends on many factors and mainly your own, personal needs.

The important thing though, is that you now have the means to be properly informed and the heating experts to help you make the best decision.

Now, it’s your turn. So, please tell us, which type of heating system do you use and how happy are you with it? You may write in the comments below about its cost and effectiveness but you may also add your own ideas and experiences from the world of heating systems!



 

 

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