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Heating is warming a space for human comfort. Use this tag for questions on space heating and central heating. For questions about heat for preparing food use the [cooking] tag. For heating water use the [water-heating] tag.

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EnergyNumbers has a good answer (+1), but why don't you measure it and let us know? Of course "efficiency" is a little ambiguous. Green house gas production? Just your $$? The latter is easier, the f …
answered Jan 10 by FreeText
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I doubt it. I recently bought a century home (renovated 30 years ago) where I cleaned the ducts too. There was no noticeable change in costs. Cleaning helps keep the air fresh, and your furnace filter …
answered Jan 10 by FreeText
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The unfortunate answer right now is that natural gas is the best option for heating. It's less expensive, and not enough of electricity on the grid is produced from renewables... yet. Spend money on … that's electric. When (if?) you get negative, then get an electric car. And only then go electric on the heating. Under-floor heating is more efficient than forced air, and it can be electric or …
answered Jan 10 by FreeText