What is Hydronic Heating?
As the name suggests, hydronic heating uses water to heat your home in winter. The process begins with water warmed to a specific temperature inside a central gas boiler. The heated water next travels through internal pipes throughout the walls - or floors - to panel radiators. Each radiator spreads the heat in a constant, even manner, so your room has a comfortable warmth.
Hydronic heating is energy efficient and environmentally friendly. This is because the water used is recirculated and recycled throughout the system, preventing wastage. Operating costs are roughly 35 per cent less than gas alternatives, while energy usage is about 70 per cent less than electricity.
Due to its convenience and efficiency, hydronic heating is incredibly popular in Europe and North America during long, harsh winters.