There are so many styles of heating out there it kind of gets upsetting sometimes.
The main question is which model of heating is right for the property? I assume it all depends on personal preferences, what kind of time you have, it depends on what your goals are for heating your home… If you are looking to save money, a warm water boiler or a steam boiler may be your best bet, although these things are hastily becoming outdated, they are a cost effective way to heat your home.
You can save a whole lot on your week to week utility bills. The boiler can heat a large square footage with little to no challenge. It also can be used to heat the home’s water source, patio plus even be installed in the flooring for hydronic heat. There is another option for money savings. This would be a heat pump, but electric heat pumps cost quite a bit on the Heating & Air Conditioning installation. The replacement prices for these heat pumps can actually set you back due to the difficult vertical or horizontal loop system. There is of course, central heat. This is entirely the most common form of heating that is in a home, however central heating can be a downer on your utility bills however. If the gas furnace is gross or has a blocked air filter, you could be in real trouble. Next, zone control is not possible with this option. So It would all depend on the weather you live in plus how often you need your heater.