Hydronics

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Can you heat a home with a tankless unit?

The promising combination of hydronic forced-air heating and propane tankless... More

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Condensing vs. Non-Condensing Boilers

To choose between these two options, you need to understand their differences in... More

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Radiant Hydronic Heating Online References
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Winning In-Floor Heating Installation Tips

Six contractor-smart rules to follow on renovation projects. More

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WarmBoard Warmsource Total Warmth System

The Warmsource system simplifies hydronic heating by stuffing all the manifolds... More

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Wooden Covers for Hydronic Baseboard Heaters?

Remodeler Randal Patterson shows how to replace sheet metal hydronic baseboard... More

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Steam Heat vs. Hydronic Heat

A reader ponders whether to stick with steam or convert to hydronic. More

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Q&A: Closing a House for the Winter

I have customers who wants me to build a log home that will be used seasonally, for about two months of the summer and another two months in the winter. During the rest of the year they want to leave the house closed up and unheated. We're at the edge of the Rocky Mountain Front Range in eastern British Columbia, and winter temperatures often fall to 20F. I've discouraged the clients from installing a hydronic heating system because of the difficulty of draining it twice a year (draining the domestic water will be headache enough), but what other potential problems should I be thinking about? I'm concerned that the radical swings in temperature could damage interior finishes More

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Indirect-Fired Water Heaters

In homes heated with a boiler, an indirect-fired tank can provide domestic hot water reliably and efficiently. A pair of industry experts explain what to look for. More

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