Hydronic Heating

Hydronic heating is a form of heating that operates by heating water in a boiler. The heated water then travels through insulated pipes and in to radiator panels and towel rails that are strategically installed throughout the home to offer you balanced and compartmentalised heat.

When the water has cooled it is then returned to the boiler to be reheated. The boiler that heats the water is perhaps the most important part of the whole system and it can run on natural gas, LPG, an electric heat pump, or even using solar power (with a gas booster for those annoyingly cloudy days). The cost of running hydronic heating will depend almost solely on how the boiler is powered.

The home is usually controlled by a central programmable thermostat and individual radiator panels can also be controlled to heat individual rooms or isolate rooms not being used, giving you the customer ultimate control of temperature to your home, but also some control over the cost of heating your home.

With Hydronic heating, you will generally have warmer tiles and floors, very balanced, regular humidity levels and it is also quieter than almost any other type of heating system.