Looking for luxurious heating solutions to warm up those chilly Melbourne winters?
Hydronic heating rules supreme for our European cousins, but now, more Aussie homes are choosing this heating style for its ultra-efficiency, comfort and silence.
With hydronic heating installed, you’ll experience consistent heat distribution, with no nasty cold spots or fluctuations in temperature.
Welcome to the new era of indulgent home heating.
Hydronic heating is a cracking way to keep your home warm in the nippy months.
Heating water via super energy-efficient gas boilers, the hot water is then pumped through sealed pipes to each room of your home.
Hydronic heating is a cost-effective form of in-home heating that combines smart energy with innovative technology to produce the most efficient heating system.
Control the heating via a thermostat to recirculate the hot water in-panel or in-slab, heated by LPG, natural gas, or solid fuel.
How Does Hydronic Heating Work?
When you switch on the heating system, a heating pump or radiator boils the water and sends it through water pipes in the walls or the floors.
The water then reaches radiators, trench convectors, heated towel rails, and hydronic underfloor heating systems, transferring deliciously toasty heat to your chilly spaces.
Hydronic heating systems deliver consistent heat that can be maintained at much lower temperatures as there are no fans, vents, or ducts involved.
For this reason, it’s unparalleled for its energy efficiency, which can help you make massive savings on your energy bills in the long run.
What is the Cost of Hydronic Heating?
For example, a hydronic heating installation in an existing three-bedroom home with around eight panels and ample floor access would cost between $7000 and $10,000. A new build would cost slightly less. For floor heating, allow $60 per square metre based on 120 square metres.
Give our team a call, and we’ll be able to give you a more accurate quote over the blower.
The Brava Slim and Brava One ranges are the new generations of wall-hung boilers. Compact but uncompromising on functionality, these boilers represent the ideal solution for homes with limited space. The Brava Slim range uses a brass hydraulic unit which ensures quality, reliability, and durability.
Bosche brings us three types of hydronic boilers.
This energy-efficient heat pump uses a refrigerant circuit to transform latent heat from the ambient air, converting the heat energy into water. Suitable for use with hydronic underfloor heating and suitably-sized radiators, working in outdoor temps as low as -20°c.
This state-of-the-art hydronic boiler uses German engineering and a condensing design that makes it 90% energy efficient. Bosch boilers are ideal for asthma and allergy sufferers, providing clean, radiant warmth. In fact, they’re the only hydronic heating system approved by the National Asthma Council’s Sensitive Choice program.
Gaz offers quality hydronic heating on a budget with an energy-efficient design. Ready to hang, enjoy a simple external installation in a purpose-built weatherproof box. This boiler is available in a 30 kW heating system and gas types NG and LPG.
About Hello Breeze
Here at Hello Breeze, we’re here to make your life easier.
But, unfortunately, we can’t help you take care of the ankle biters. Or take the mother-in-law off your hands.
We know choosing the right heating for your home can do your head it. But this is where we shine! Just give us a bell, and we’ll talk you through the pros and cons for your home and your needs.
Why Choose Hello Breeze?
Still unsure of where you’ll
We offer hydronic heating in Melbourne, the Surf Coast, Geelong, and Torquay. So get on the blower to discuss how we can help warm up your winters and add a touch of luxury to your home. Call us on 1300 712 732 today!
Here are the reasons why we love hydronic heating:
Boilers can be fuelled by wood, gas, electricity, or biofuels. Hydronic heating systems that use a low-water content provide the highest efficiency for heating.
Modern homes with porcelain, ceramic, or natural stone flooring are the best materials for radiant heating.
Hydronic heating systems can last from 10-25 years, providing you’ve chosen a reliable brand and get them serviced regularly.
Hydronic heating systems need to be flushed once or twice a year to remove any flux or solder that may have mixed in with the water.