I’ve been struggling to keep moderate when these winters roll through town, but usually, I can make it through with my radiator method and a fire in my fireplace. If things are truly exhausting and the frigid just won’t quit, I have this antique wood burning stove that I can set up in my house, and provide some additional warmth! However, I’m just getting tired these days, but having to wake up early, find a small enough tree to cut down near my loft and cut it up to make wood is such a chore! So, I recently decided it was high time to take my due cut from this manual labor, and get a official heating method for my houseâ€¦ After looking into the possibilities available to me, I found that a boiler method seemed love the most suitable choice for my house! See, a respected gas furnace, whether powered by gas or electricity, will heat the loft using convection heat. That’s fantastic and well if you live in a southern region with plenty of humidity. However, a northern region that is already pretty dry could guess too dry from using a gas furnace! That could lead to more frequent sore throats, trouble sleeping at night, trouble breathing during the day, and more. A boiler method avoids that issue entirely! Along with my existing radiator, the boiler provides ample amounts of heat that is also humid. This makes the air much more comfortable, and allows the loft to stay warmer for longer. I’ve had this current boiler method in locale for a while now, and I must say – my air quality has never been this great.