- January 14, 2016
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Modern Hydronic Heating focuses on driving operating cost down and providing proven designs to maximize comfort and system reliability. Hydronic Heating has been used for nearly 100 years and if we dig deep, we can see similarities in the way the Ancient Romans used water for centralized heating. Carbon fuel has long been the choice for hydronic heating however solar is gaining in popularity. Most people associate solar with electricity or pool heating but solar’s ability to provide free, cost effective thermal energy means it pairs well with modern hydronic heating systems. The advancement of solar vacuum tube allows customers to harness the sun’s energy in the middle of a cold winter. Yes, there will still need to be a main source of heat to compliment the solar but generally a solar thermal system can cut heating cost by 40%-60% if installed correctly.