Gas heaters, solar heaters and heat pumps are all efficient ways to heat a home. The most efficient method will depend on the house it is being used to heat. More »

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In most cases, newer, more efficient furnaces can replace older units. Homeowners looking for better efficiency can also consider boilers, which offer better efficiency but, in most cases, high installation costs due to ... More »

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While electric heat is 100 percent efficient at the home, many electricity-generating plants are 70 percent inefficient, as of 2015. Burning fossil fuels, wood or coal for heat tends to create pollution. More »

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Hydronic heating, the practice of pumping heated liquid through pipes in floors and walls to heat a home, can be a very energy-efficient heating system. The liquid inside the sealed system loses heat much slower than the... More »

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There are several ways to use heat exchangers to heat a pool, including using a solar heating system, the heat produced by a building's heating system or the excess heat removed by an air conditioner from a home. The hea... More »

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Space heaters are an energy efficient option for home heating, particularly in residences with fans, thermostats and timers. Space heaters allow for heating only one room, thereby avoiding the expense of heating the enti... More »

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The Monitor 2400 heating system is 93 percent energy efficient, offering users 15 percent energy savings due to its direct vent system. This system is rated to heat a 1,400- to 2,200-square-foot space. More »

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