If you’re considering building your new home, one of the important questions you may have is, “What are the options for heating my new home?” Make sure to thoroughly examine and consider all of your available options. The best option for you may vary based on the location of your new home, your budget, or the availability of fuel types.
Electric Central Heating
If you are interested in heating your new home easily and whenever you please, electric heating is a great choice for you. It is the most efficient type of heating and will provide you with access to heat your home whenever you please. Electric Heating also provides heat without combustion. However, electric heating is the most expensive type of heating to install as well as to run in your new home. Electric Heating is also known as the “cleaner” and “greener” type of heating.
Natural Gas Heating
If you are interested in heating you new home for the cheapest price that you can, natural gas heating might be the right option for you. Gas Heating requires carbon monoxide detectors to be installed on every level of your home, as well as a gas supply. Natural Gas heats your home by creating warm air, hot water, or steam and will work even if your power goes out. Natural Gas Heating is also very flexible, but it is not always available. Make sure to find out if Natural Gas is available in your location.
Oil Heating Systems
Oil Heating Systems for your new home may be the right choice for you if you are located in a rural area. Oil Heating is often used when your property doesn’t have access to the mains gas grid. With oil heating you don’t have to buy or rent the tank from the supplier. Oil Heating pricing fluctuates, and it is not classified as a “green” form of energy because kerosene emits carbon dioxide.
If you are still unsure about what type of heating is best fit for you and your new home give the Rexburg home builders at the South Fork Design Group a call today. We would love to answer any questions you may have.