Hydronic Forced Air Systems
January 4, 2011
An exciting way to improve the efficiency of your home’s heating system is to install a hydronic system. This is simply an air handler with an indoor coil that uses hot water from your water heater to warm the air in your home. It is very efficient because the heat is derived from an appliance that is already working to produce heat in your home. So basically, when we use a hydronic heating system we eliminate two heating sources and use only one heating source to heat both the air in your central heating system and the water in your homes water system, the result? Very good gains in efficiency.
Not every contractor has experience with these types systems so it is very important to choose a company that has installed hydronic air systems and is very familiar with their operations. You don’t want someone “experimenting” on your home. That’s why a contractor like Bonney Plumbing, Heating and Air is the perfect choice for your home’s heating and cooling needs. Our technicians are NATE and BPI certified to assure you of the highest quality design and installation of your new hydronic heating system.
Want to get the highest efficiency available for heating your home? You’ve come to the right place when you call Bonney. Call us today at 800-444-0551 for a free estimate to replace your current old or inefficient heater.