Having an energy-efficient heating system installed by a Denver HVAC professional, is important, but choosing a quality product is only part of the equation when it comes to maximizing energy efficiency. Equally important is the ability to control properly the heating system to ensure optimum performance.
For efficiency and high energy efficiency you can opt for a system based on condensing technology.
The main difference between the two types of systems (conventional and condensing) is precisely the energy efficiency: classic heating systems have an efficiency of up to 94% (depending on the model) but those based on condensing technology reach an efficiency of almost 110% due to the special components that allow heat recovery from condensation. This results in lower fuel consumption (up to 35%) for producing the same amount of heat.
Condensing heating systems can operate on any type of heating installation: radiators or floor heaters (with thermal agent at high temperature or at low temperature). Basically, the price difference between the classic system and the condensing system is recovered in about 3 years, and if we consider that the average life of a heating system is 10 years, during this period we can save more than half the price of a new system.