When they talk to the expert team at Heritage Hydronic Heating, Box Hill locals can find the ideal solutions for heating their homes.
Underfloor options are usually installed in the initial stages of building a new home, however there are now a number of options that allow underfloor heating to be retrofitted within existing homes.
Other options available to you include panel radiator hydronic heating and trench heating.
Using only the most trusted brands, the team at Heritage Hydronic Heating can install powerful and dependable hydronic heating.
Whether you have a general enquiry or a are after a detailed quote, our friendly and professional team will be able to assist.
Heritage Hydronic have emergency callout services available 365 days a year for your convenience.
Simply put, Hydronic Heating Systems use water as a vehicle to carry heat around a building.
We have always found them to be responsive, with a personal touch, and their workmanship is always of a very high standard.
It's like a new house in winter! Bath time with the kids is now a joy. I love the warm towels! Every room is warm with no cold spots.
So that we can be sure every one of our valued customers has the system that works for them, we offer a full service, from hydronic heating supplies, to installation by our qualified plumbers, and servicing, maintenance, or repairs as and when needed.
Many of our customers opt for the traditional radiator panel system of hydronic heating. Box Hill homeowners can have a panel in each room and in hallways, or only in the rooms that they use most. Either way, you can adjust the thermostats for individual radiators or for house zones, so you’re never wasting energy where it isn’t needed. You can also choose to replace the radiator panels in the bathroom with hydronically heated towel rails that will both warm the bathroom, and dry your towels or clothes.
If you are building a new house, then now is the time to install an underfloor system. When they call Heritage Hydronic Heating, Box Hill locals can ask about the different options that are available to them, including slab heating, in screed heating, and heat diffusion plates.
Slab heating is the most common, and consequently the cheapest method of under floor heating. Installing in screed heating is more labour intensive, and requires different materials, giving it a higher initial cost, however it can save you money in the long run, as it is generally a more efficient system to run.
Other options include electric under tile and Minitec solutions, and heat diffusion plates for the second storey, or even the ground floor when not building on a slab.
Trench heating provides a great option for rooms with limited wall space or large expanses of glass. This clever update on the hydronic heating system gives you the beautiful radiant heat you love, while working with the style of modern homes.
To talk to our team about hydronic heating, Box Hill locals can call, email, or fill out the online enquiry form today.