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Hydronic heating moves heat through the use of water from a point of production to a space to be heated. The moving water releases the heat upon reaching a heating device. Radiators are examples of hydronic heating syste... More »

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Hydronic basedboard heating systems can be purchased at The Home Depot, Lowe's, eBay or Amazon.com. Hydronic baseboard heaters can be filled with either oil or water. When filled, electrical current is used to warm the f... More »

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Hydronic heating is more energy efficient than forced-air heating, since the hot water inside the sealed hydronic system takes longer to lose heat once it reaches temperature. Heated air cools rapidly as it flows through... More »

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An Aquatherm heating system uses the gas or oil water heater in the home to provide heat to an air handler, which then warms the house. It normally requires installing a larger water heater with greater BTU input but sav... More »

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A boiler heating system heats water and pushes either hot water or steam through a series of pipes and radiators to provide heat. Specifically, steam is distributed through pipes to the radiators, and hot water is distri... More »

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Heatcraft heating coils operate by using either heated water or steam to transfer heat from a central boiler to heat air that passes through the coils. Hot water coils are preferred for preheating and comfort heating app... More »

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