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4 luxurious and stylish ways to heat your entire property

By Adrianna Johns on 6th August 2019

Although summer is underway, the winter months are just around the corner, which is why it’s the perfect time to ensure that your home can be heated properly to keep you warm and comfortable.

If you have been wanting to change your central heating system, then why not take the opportunity to also upgrade to a more luxurious form of heating to warm up your home whilst making it feel elegant.

To help you find the perfect luxury heating, we have listed four luxurious ways to heat your entire home and keep you warm throughout the colder months.

Close-up Of A Person's Hand Adjusting Digital Thermostat At Home
Although summer is underway, the winter months are just around the corner, which is why it’s the perfect time to ensure that your home can be heated properly to keep you warm and comfortable

Hydronic system (underfloor heating)

Although the oldest type of central heating system, it is perhaps one of the most popular forms as house owners are choosing this type for comfort and luxury.

This type of heating consists of a network of pipes placed under the floor. Through these, hot water will flow to warm your house and your feet — there will be nothing better in the colder months than entering your heated home and feeling the warmth under your feet.

By choosing the hydronic system, your home will be able to heat up in this luxurious manner whilst being energy-efficient and cost-saving as have complete control of the thermostat.

Infrared heaters

This form of heating is inexpensive to buy and is available in a variety of shapes and sizes — some are also portable, making it the perfect option for those wanting to still spend some time in the gardens.

If you are wanting to purchase an infrared heater, then make sure to do some research as there are several options that you could choose for each space, such as a bathroom infrared heater, outdoor/patio heater, infrared fireplaces and many more.

Installing a hose for underfloor heating in the room.
Underfloor heating consists of a network of pipes placed under the floor

Central heating furnace

Growing in popularity, central heating furnaces are being used by many households. By using existing air, heating it and dispersing it throughout the house, this heating system is an effective way of keeping warm throughout the colder months.

These heating systems are set in place by installing the ducts in the internal walls of the house in order to spread the warm heat more efficiently — this duct distribution system can be used by the air conditioners during summer, which is why this heating is increasingly popular.

Your central heating furnace can be powered by fuel oil, electricity or natural gas, therefore it is easy to maintain.

Central heating boiler

A more common system used in many homes, boilers are very similar to furnaces. However, the only difference is that furnaces use air and warm it, whereas the boiler uses water to heat and then distribute as steam throughout the house.

If you choose to fit in a boiling system, then you can choose to have either fuel or natural gas as its energy source.

Even though boilers are normally quite expensive to install, they have got several benefits such as being energy-efficient, cost-saving and requiring low maintenance.