Ducted Gas Heating

Ducted gas heating comprises a central heating unit, which is connected to a series of outlets. Positioned strategically throughout your home, these outlets, or ducts, are installed either in the floor or ceiling. Positioning of the heating unit depends on your house. If your house is built on a concrete slab, the unit is installed in the roof. If it has space
underneath or a very low roof line, the unit is installed outside or under the floor. The ductwork, which connects the outlets to the heating unit, is neatly tucked away out of sight.

The ducted gas heating unit draws air from inside your home through a return air grille. From here it then flows into the heater where it’s warmed, and then on to every room of your home via outlets, in the form of warm, gentle supply of air. Once the temperature inside your home reaches your pre-set temperature, the burners inside the heating unit will
turn off. The fan then gradually slows down ensuring that all the remaining heat inside the unit is used to heat your house.