Furnace in Minnesota isn’t powerful enough

We own a gas furnace for our home in Minnesota.

I am not a fan of it. I don’t think a gas furnace works great for our area. The furnace works through ductwork. So every room in the house is the same temperature. Then the furnace relies on forced air. That heated air rises to the ceiling more often than not. This means my flooring is super cold but my ceiling is quite warm. The forced air creates dirty air quality, cold spots, and uneven heating. It costs a lot to heat my home and it isn’t all that great. I have thought about removing that gas furnace with something else. The trick is, what kind of heating system would work for my area though? I deal with severe cold, snow, and long seasons. So what is powerful enough for it. I am thinking about maybe getting a boiler system. They are said to be big, bulky, and hearty heating equipment. They last around 50 years. They don’t require much maintenance. They can hook up to the home water heater, flooring, baseboards, radiators, pool, or be a snow melts system. They are so versatile. Isn’t that neat? The only con I have found is that they take up a lot of space when installed. I can put it in my basement no problem though. Another con is that they are initially quite expensive. It makes sense though. You pay more to get more with this system. A boiler might be ideal for Minneapolis living. I need to find someone else who has owned this system before though. How do they like it?

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