How it works
Hydronic heating works by using the efficient transfer of heat through water. Since water conducts heat more easily than air,
less energy is used to spread heat throughout the house.
A boiler transfers the hot water through pipes which are laid beneath the floor, or which are connected to room panels, evenly throughout your home.
A hydronic heating system creates radiant heat so it warms all surrounding surfaces. Thus, every surface in your home becomes a radiator, which effectively and efficiently extends the heat through your home - without the dust associated with ducted heating systems.
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