Hydronic Heating

A hydronic heating system uses a natural gas or LPG powered boiler to heat water, which is then circulated and re-circulated around the house into underfloor piping or radiators, where the heat is radiated from.

Hydronic heating systems are known for their high levels of efficiency (some systems up to 25% more efficient than ducted gas heating), as well as the comfort that radiated heat provides, versus fan forced.

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Features and benefits

Why choose a Hydronic Heating system?

Hydronic heating systems can be set up to provide underfloor heating, as well as heating for things like towel racks, swimming pools and anywhere else that it can be installed and used.

Comfortable

Hydronic heaters provides heat via convection and radiation, which makes for a more comfortable environment than that of forced central heating system. The heating system also doesn’t dry the air out, meaning your skin and eyes wont dry out.

Suitable for asthma sufferers

Unlike air forced central heating systems, hydronic heating is asthma friendly as it does not blow hot air around your home, meaning the build-up of dust particles does not have an effect on the home or its inhabitants.

Reliable

Hydronic heating systems are brilliantly simple. The only moving parts are the boiler and pump kit. A high quality system should thwart maintenance, but in the event that there is a system failure, we can provide maintenance services.

Silent

Unlike forced central heating systems, hydronic heating is completely silent. Because air isn’t being consistently blown and circulated around the room, there is no noise. This unique characteristic is another reason why this heating system creates a very comfortable environment.

Installation

Hydronic heating systems are very compact and will fit into most homes. The installation time a depends entirely on what you want out of your system; fewer radiators and piping will mean a shorter installation time/cost and vice versa.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Some commonly asked questions about Hydronic Heating

  • Do I need to have the system installed during construction of my home or building?

    No, but it will generally make the process much more cost effective to install the system during construction. This is especially evident for installing underfloor heating, as the pipes are within the floor itself.

    Organise a free quote to find out what it would cost to have a hydronic heating system installed into your home.

  • How often do I need to service my hydronic heating system?

    We recommend yearly servicing, as this will get the most out of the unit. Hydronic heating systems are simple in their design, but that doesn’t mean that they won’t break down. Preventative maintenance is essential for ensuring that you have a consistent, trouble-free heating experience.

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