Gas Hydronic Heating

 

 

Gas Hydronic Heating, or radiant floor heating is a method of heating a home, shop, or other building with the heat concentrated in the floor.

It works by embedding special tubing in a concrete foundation or in a thin concrete mixture on top of a wood-framed floor. Heated water (or a food-grade antifreeze mixture) flows through this tubing, warming the thermal mass of the concrete.

 

 

Hydronic

 

Conventional forced-air systems, wood stoves, or other heating methods produce uneven heat, with the highest air temperatures near the ceilings. Hydronic heating puts the heat in the floor under your feet, gently warming a room or a complete structure. This results in similar heating levels with superior comfort without wasting energy and money in monthly fuel bills.

 

I was very impressed with the professionalism that was demonstrated by everyone that was involved in connecting natural gas to my property. Malcolm instilled confidence about the process that would be undertaken, & gave a clear timeframe. All aspects of the job were carried out as outlined. I would recommend EGS & will use them again for my next project.

- Joanne from New Town

I was very impressed with the professionalism that was demonstrated by everyone that was involved in connecting natural gas to my property. Malcolm instilled confidence about the process that would be undertaken, & gave a clear timeframe. All aspects of the job were carried out as outlined. I would recommend EGS & will use them again for my next project.

- Joanne from New Town

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