A Bonaire ducted heating system is a system that uses a series of different parts to centralize the heat in a room. The core workhorse of this system is the furnace, which functions much like an air conditioner except that it sucks in air and compresses it before releasing it into the room. It can also be controlled electronically to regulate the amount of air that is pulled in and the temperature in the entire room. The ducts will allow the air to travel from the furnace to the rest of the house and from the rest of the house to the furnace.

 

A ducted heating system also often includes a heat exchanger. This component allows for the natural gas combustion of fuel to take place without any emission or smoke coming out of the unit. The heat exchanger also allows the natural gas to be vented out of the building conveniently. The gas combustion often happens at a lower temperature than what would be necessary if the fuel were burned directly.

 

Most ducted heating systems are run with a combination of forced air and, sometimes, chilled air. It is usually very hot when forced air is present because the air is drawn up through ducts with open flues. Chilled air is much colder and is usually drawn through ducts with closed flues. If the room is very cold, Bonaire ducted heating may be able to keep the room warm enough for indoor use even when the outside temperature is zero, as is sometimes the case with some closed ducts. Otherwise, if it is extremely cold outside, it may not be possible to keep your heating on for more than a few hours at a time without creating noticeable ice that will require expensive, high-powered heating units to remove.

 

Some of these rooms may also have central cooling, with a heat pump providing the cooling power. Some efficient ducted heating systems use a liquid cooling system. These may be very efficient and energy-efficient, but they must be kept well circulating to keep the warm liquid properly chilled. Some liquid cooling systems replace an evaporative cooler by rapidly transferring the warmed water from one area to another.

 

However, it should be noted that an efficient ducted heating system will often be located outdoors in a heated garden. This makes it necessary to keep the warm air flowing to the space, where it can then be circulated back into the home through ductwork. These ducts are usually buried beneath the earth so that the warm gas generated within them can be extracted and circulated as needed. The cost of such a system depends on the size and how much cold air is generated within the space that is being heated. Sometimes, when enough warm air is generated and brought into a room, the heated air must be circulated back outside the home in ducts dug into the ground.

 

When selecting any Bonaire ducted heating system for your home, you need to select those designed to distribute the cold airflow as efficiently as possible. Otherwise, you may end up in a hot indoor environment uninviting to you and your family members.