It was back in the 60s and 70s when the use of warm air boilers and heating systems peaked. Much of this though, has largely been replaced by water-filled radiator systems. However, there are still a number of the older warm air systems around; and those who have them have little to complain about.
The better-designed older systems operate fairly quietly and warm the house up pretty quickly. It dismisses the need for radiators which we know can limit your freedom to layout a room. The downside, however, is that these warm air systems tend to blow dust around the house and the temperature can be difficult to control.
If you like the idea of warm air heaters, less the dust and temperature issues, then a good alternative is the modern warm air heating system. Modern warm air heaters make an excellent replacement or upgrade for older heaters and a great option for those considering new heating systems.
This newer version warms up the house multiple times faster, and has the ability to filter some of the air it re-circulates. Modern warm air heaters have electronic controls for better temperature adjustments and added intelligent features which increases efficiency. On top of that, it also combines silent operation.
More advanced models of the warm air heating system have the capability of producing integrated domestic hot water. This provides an economical way to supply hot water to radiators as well as for domestic use.
Advanced models also offer the option to electronically filter the air in your house. Typically, modern heaters can clean the air 6 times in an hour, or, as often as every 10 minutes. This is especially helpful for asthma sufferers. The filtration system removes 95 percent of all airborne particles including pollen, human and pet hair, mould, bacteria, tobacco smoke, and other allergens.
Moreover, in comparison to other heating systems, the modern warm air heating system costs 18 percent less to run, even with the integrated hot water option. So overall, a modern heater is an excellent and affordable way to warm up your home while providing you with cleaner and healthier air to breathe.