I live along the northern border of the country, & the Wintertime weather hangs around for approximately multiple straight months. By the end of September, the mornings are frosty enough to require the furnace. We regularly have multiple inches of snow at Halloween & there’s likely to still be an accumulation on the ground at Easter. The temperature rarely rises above frosty & often dips below zero. There’s frequent college closings & driving bans due to the drastic weather. Since the summer season season is brief & often frosty & rainy, both of us strictly focus on the furnace. I’ve installed a condensing boiler into my basement, which definitely handles the most extreme cold. The boiler is a hydronic system, meaning that it uses water to transactivity heat energy. It is also a closed system, & does not draw from the household water supply. It simply circulates the same water over & over again. The boiler is linked to baseboard heating systems installed around the perimeter of the rooms in the home. The heat is infused into the air at floor level & rises actually slowly. Because the higher uneven temperatures are kept closer to the floor, my family feels perfectly sizzling at lower thermostat settings. I don’t need to worry about excessive costs for heating. I also have no complications over indoor air conditions. The boiler doesn’t introduce contaminants, such as dust, dander or bacteria, & avoids drafts & temperature stratification. One of the best things about the boiler is its versatility. My boiler supplements the household water heating, links to towel warmers in the lavatory & powers a snowmelt system. It also accommodates zone control, allowing independent temperature settings in each room. My family can customize settings to their preference, & I’m not stuck paying to heat empty rooms.