I am an environmental calculus teacher at the local college in village and I am entirely passionate about our work.
I entirely love teaching people to be passionate about the environment too! I am currently doing research on oil heating systems that are commonly used in our village and comparing their environmental impactâ€¦ A lot of people use central oil furnaces! Central oil heating systems are a reliable option, however they tend to waste energy if people don’t have their air ducts and filters officially cleaned.
In a survey, I found that most people don’t get their air ducts cleaned as often as they should, or officially update their filters. A better and more environmentally friendly heating option would be to use a hydronic oil furnace. Hydronic oil heating systems can be pretty extravagant to install, and not every current home may be compatible with them. However, if it can labor in a home, I believe hydronic oil heating systems are the best options when every one of us take the environment into account. This heating idea only uses the energy it needs and doesn’t need to use air ducts and filters. The repair for the homeowner is relatively minimal, however they will need to get professional help whenever service needs to be done on it. I am presenting these facts about hydronic oil heating systems at our next board meeting to see if the neighborhood council will sign off on a petition to encourage homeowners to switch to this system. I don’t know if most people will be on board with it because it will cost a pretty penny to do, but I believe it will be worth a shot.