A hydronic system uses heated/cooled water, (not electricity), which travels around pipes that are embedded in the floor, walls, or ceiling of the dwelling. This heat then radiates out in to the space to be heated.
There are a number of ways that you can install floor/wall/ceiling heating.
This sees the pipework laid prior to the foundation pour of concrete. This system is set in the foundation concrete slab. The water heats up the slab of concrete and then radiates out into the space where the heating is needed.
This system the pipework is in the boards that line the inside of the dwelling. The water heats/cools the boards and then radiates into the space to be heated. This system is a great choice when there is a retro fit of lining taking place through a home and /or the integrity of the floors need to be kept intact, as when renovating a villa. This system gives you the invisible heating/cooling, and is very energy efficient with running costs.
This system of heating/cooling is a great idea when there is a need to get warmth/cooling into an area where the floors are needed to be kept in pristine condition. Ceiling heating is like living under the sun all year round. It is also a very good retro-fit choice.
The pipework amount and design is calculated to the exact measurement of what is needed through our Heat Retention Calculation, therefore ensuring that not only do you get a heating system that works efficiency, but is also energy efficient.
Points to consider when installing In-floor/wall/ceiling heating systems.
The types of Heating Units that suit a Hydronic In-floor, Wall, Ceiling heating/cooling system are:
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