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In winter, the home heating system often gets our attention. Getting the best out of it while making significant savings on a budget that continues to evolve over the years is indeed a real challenge. Here are some practical tips for doing so. Find more articles on the theme: Quote heating works
First step: good insulation
One of the most important prerequisites for optimizing your heating system is the insulation of the building and the different rooms. You should know that without good insulation, your system is subject to energy losses. Indeed, according to statistics, poor insulation of walls, floor or roof would be responsible for almost 30% of heat loss. To limit these losses and thus reduce your "heating" budget, it is therefore essential to check the insulation of all the rooms and reinforce it if necessary, before even thinking of replacing your boiler. If necessary, do not hesitate to opt for double or triple glazing for your doors and windows. For the ceiling, the choice of a good insulator is also important. Obviously, so that these efforts can bear fruit, it is important to limit as much as possible the comings and goings when your heating system is in full operation.
Adopt a regulatory system
A rational use of the energy of your various domestic systems absolutely requires the use of a modern programming system. In this context, consider equipping your radiators with thermostatic valves which allow systematic adjustment of the ambient temperature of each room. Just as efficient and even more modern, a programming clock allows you to program the operation of your boiler according to predefined time periods, as its name suggests. Thus, during peak hours, your boiler will operate at higher speed than during times when the house is less occupied. The use of this type of home automation system also offers many other opportunities for custom use of your heating system.
Choose modern equipment
Choosing modern equipment for your heating system is a step towards optimizing your energy consumption. In this context, consider replacing your conventional oil or gas boiler with a condensing boiler. These are more recent devices offering a much higher efficiency than that of old boilers. The latter no longer meet current standards and are responsible for significant energy losses. The other equally attractive option is the use of renewable energies with heat pumps, underfloor heating systems or even photovoltaic panels which, in addition to being ecological, give you the possibility of benefiting from a credit of 'tax under certain conditions. Finally, whatever heating system you choose, classic (gas or oil), modern (condensing) or ecological, remember to budget for regular maintenance. This is the key to better performance and the assurance of significant savings over the long term.