My spouse and I are ready to purchase a up-to-date house and my buddy and I have been looking pretty hard.
My friend and I know exactly how several bedrooms and bathrooms my buddy and I want and are open to ways to heat and cool our up-to-date home.
My friend and I have seen at least ten arenas and it amazes me how several bizarre ways there are to heat and cool a house. Most of the arenas that my buddy and I have looked at have some type of central air conditioner but one arena my buddy and I looked at had an addition that had something called a ductless mini-split heating and air conditioning. I had never seen one before. But, with as several ways as there are to cool the home, there are even more ways to heat it. Most of the houses that my buddy and I looked at had some type of forced heat furnace system, but my buddy and I came across some other house furnaces, like radiant radiant floors and baseboards. I had heard of radiant radiant floors but I had never considered them as a way to heat the home. And I had never heard of heated baseboards before. The last home my buddy and I looked at had a geothermal heat pump. I don’t understand quite how it works, but from what my spouse explained to me, the geothermal heat pump uses the heat underground to heat and cool the home. It’s supposed to be very energy efficient and last about 50 years. That home also has a fireplace. I would love to have a fireplace! My friend and I put an offer in for that home and I pray it gets accepted.