How does hydronic heating work?
Hydronic heating systems recirculate water through a piping system in a closed environment. This water is then heated and run through pipes either in the slab or in panels throughout the home.
Most hydronic heating systems heat the water using a highly efficient gas boiler. Each system needs to be carefully designed to balance both the panel or slab’s air temperature and surface temperature.
Planning your hydronic heating system
Incorporating zoning onto your hydronic heating system allows you to minimise your running costs throughout the winter. Zoning gives you the flexibility to turn off areas of the home that you are not occupying.
Hydronic heating can be conveniently hidden within the slab, or you can source a number of stylish radiator panels that can be matched to your home décor.
Talk to the experts
When planning your ducted gas heating, it pays to get the right advice from the beginning. This can save you money and time down the track by ensuring you’ve considered all of your options and chosen the system that suits your needs — both now and into the future. With more than 40 years of experience under our belts, you can be confident you’re receiving expert advice from the best in the business.
For a no-obligation assessment of your heating and cooling, make sure you contact Staycool.