It's all about efficiency with the dual fuel system

Having worked as a building manager for a couple of buildings, I had a wealth of experience in determining the most efficient Heating in addition to A/C component for an entire loft block.

  • Several renters had been complaining of disturbed indoor comfort whenever there were power outages.

These power outages lasted for afternoons occasionally in addition to this meant the renters would stay separate from freezing during Winter time or perspiring themselves dry during the Summer months. The renters understood that the power outages were beyond our control however it was also their right to acquire acceptable heating services. I consulted a local supplier on the best Heating in addition to A/C component for such a situation to which he recommended the dual fuel system. This component worked by using many fuels, commonly an electric heating system in addition to a gas heating system. Tenants could switch between the fuels. At a subsidized rate, the supplier also installed fireplaces in the apartments. These had to be gas fireplaces since there was an available gas pipe running through the building. Another luck of this component was that it did not need any vents, it was a ductless heat pump. This eliminated the hustle of having vents snaking through the building. The heat pump install was fairly affordable in addition to the central heating was sited in the backyard of the complex, and for quality heating, the heating serviceman partitioned the entire complex into zone control regions. This ensured that each apartment, regardless of where it was located, appreciated moderate hot in addition to cold temperatures. I circulated pamphlets that listed many energy saving tips to each renter. A month down the line, the renters’ feedback was unquestionably positive. Though the power outages continued all throughout the winter, all the renter’s indoor comfort was not affected. This resulted in numerous positive reviews on our loft complex.

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