CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEMS INSTALL/ REPAIR SERVICES IN KASHMIR
HOW DOES CENTRAL HEATING WORK?
A central heating system provides warmth to the whole interior of a building (or portion of a building) from one point to multiple rooms. When combined with other systems in order to control the building climate, the whole system may be an HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system.
HOT WATER CENTRAL HEATING
Hot water central heating systems use water to distribute heat thoroughly and evenly around the home/hotel. Water transfers energy at a much higher rate than air, making these systems very efficient. They can be installed in new or existing homes/hotels.
The heat source (either a boiler or heat pump ) heats the water, then pumps it through the heat distribution system (either a network of looped pipes under the floor of the house, a system of pipes under the floor or in the walls connected to wall-mounted radiators, or a combination of the two), which then releases the heat gently into the home.
OUR CENTRAL HEATING INCLUDES:
- Because there is no forced air movement, there are no draughts, hot and cold spots, or noisy fans to contend with. The heat is passive and unobtrusive. It warms objects and fabric within the room.
- The process is superbly efficient. No water is actually consumed, and once the water is up to temperature the heat source modulates or switches off while heat continues to be emitted from the pipes or radiators.
- All systems are fitted with a thermostat and time controller, allowing warmth to be delivered only when it is needed. In addition, individual radiators are fitted with thermostats, allowing precise control over the heating supplied to different parts of the house. Some underfloor systems can also be programmed to control the duration and level of heat supplied to individual rooms or zones.