I am an environmental science professor at the local university in village plus I am absolutely passionate about my work.
I absolutely appreciate teaching people to be passionate about the environment too! I am currently doing research on furnaces that are commonly used in our village plus comparing their environmental impact, but a lot of people use central heating systems; Central oil furnaces are a reliable option, however they tend to waste energy if people don’t have their HVAC ducts plus filters regularly cleaned.
In a survey, I found that everyone don’t get their HVAC ducts cleaned as often as they should, or regularly replace their filters. A better plus more environmentally friendly heating choice would be to use a hydronic heating system. Hydronic oil furnaces can be pretty expensive to install, plus not every beach cabin may be compatible with them. However, if it can work in a home, I suppose hydronic oil furnaces are the best possibilities when the two of us take the environment into account. This heating program only uses the energy it needs plus doesn’t need to use HVAC ducts plus filters. The service 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 furnaces at our next board meeting to see if the village council will sign off on a petition to encourage homeowners to switch to this system. I don’t think if most people will be on board with it because it will cost a pretty penny to do, but I suppose it will be worth a shot.