Will you enjoy the cold Tasmanian weather this winter?

ALL Tasmanians know how cold our winters can get, how harsh our climate can be on ourselves and our families, and how time-consuming and expensive it can be to heat our homes.

But … what if there was an affordable, safe, sustainable, healthy and environmentally friendly way to heat our homes without the hassle of collecting and cutting firewood?

Wouldn’t it make a big difference to you and your loved ones to have the pleasure and comfort of having every room in your house heated to your ideal comfort level, rather than just heating one room and leaving the rest of the house freezing?

Hydronic Home Heating might be the solution you’re looking for.

Hydronic Home Heating director Kevin Haley started his career in the UK at the age of 15, juggling both his education and apprenticeship.

He then worked as a contractor for British Gas for a number of years, learning to install all the leading brands in England including Bosch, Baxi, Vaillant, Potterton and Ferroli.

Kev now has more than 30 years of extensive and varied experience in the plumbing, gas and mechanical heating industries in Australia and the UK.

After moving to Tasmania in 2011 Kev noticed the need for his expertise, and decided to offer all Tasmanians a reliable, safe and suitable home heating option. Hydronic Home was born.

What is Hydronic Heating and how does it work?

Hydronic Heating utilises radiant heat, by circulating heated water through pipework in concrete slabs, radiator panels or heat transfer plates.

Not only does it warm your home, but also the items in it – therefore making your home stay warmer for longer.

Just set your ideal temperature on your digital thermostat and you will feel the warmth through your entire home within 20 minutes.

Hydronic Heating is becoming a popular option with many families, because it is:

Energy efficient: Hydronic Heating is the most efficient forms of heating, as you can control the system and not waste energy heating rooms you don’t use.

Healthy: Because there are no fans involved Hydronic Heating does not circulate dust, pollens or other allergens, keeping your indoor air cleaner. It’s the perfect type of heating for people suffering allergies or respiratory issues.

Safe: Children, the elderly and pets can safely touch Hydronic Heating panels without risking burns. In the case of underfloor systems, the floor only gets pleasantly warm, creating an even, ambient temperature throughout.

Environmentally friendly: If you are looking to significantly reduce your home’s carbon footprint, Hydronic Heating is the perfect choice for you.

Silent: Creating no noise, unlike other forms of heating, Hydronic Heating heats your home in peace and quiet.

Reliable and low maintenance: Simply set the thermostat and forget about it; or adjust it from your smartphone, laptop or iPad from anywhere in the world.

Flexible: With a wide range of options available, Hydronic Home Heating will design your heating system to suit your individual needs and requirements. Hydronic systems can be extended and altered at any time.

Whether you want to install radiator panels, towel warmers or underfloor heating, Hydronic Home offers an obligation-free quote and can install your Hydronic Heating system without major disruptions to your everyday life.

“I have vast experience in understanding, hands-on, the benefits our heating products bring to our clients,” Kev says.

“As the director, I have a passion for making sure our customers experience beautifully warmed homes with the highest standard of workmanship, and our after-care service and attention to detail gets great recommendations from our clients.”

Phone Hydronic Home for more information on how we can help you and your family this winter.

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