Not all HVAC companies specialize in boiler heat. We are one of the few in the Akron-Canton-Cleveland area to do so. However, in modern times with rising heating costs, more homeowners, especially home builders, are considering boiler heat! Boiler heat is popular among luxury home features such as heated floors and de-icing technologies.
If you have an existing hydronic system and have thought about switching to gas or electric, you may want to re-consider your boiler heating options by speaking with a professional. It may not be worth the expense to switch over, plus you may be missing out on some great modern features to add to your property.
No matter what your reason for visiting this page today, we hope you find the boiler heat / hyrdonic system information you seek.
Benefits of Hydronic Systems & Boiler Heat
Hydronic systems are often more energy-efficient than forced air systems which may lower the cost of your energy consumption over time. This is largely due to how boilers work compared to forced air models. They heat water which produces steam for a more even heat throughout the home.
Radiant heat eliminates heat loss and doesn’t cycle allergens through the air. They’re also much quieter than forced-air systems because this method of heat radiates instead of being forced through air ducts to heat the entire home.
Luxury Radiant Heat
Radiant heat has come a long way as hydronic heating technologies have changed over the years. From towel warmers to luxury radiator designs: hydronic heat has taken comfort to a new level.
Radiant heat can also save time and hassle with heated sidewalks and driveways. While commercial industries have utilized this technology for years, more recently homeowners have caught on! Stop shoveling snow: try radiant heat!
Hydronic systems offer the very best in luxury options. If luxury is an interest of yours, contact one of our professionals today to learn how boiler heat can work in your home or retail establishment!
What About Cool Air with Hydronics Heat?
If you want air conditioning to complement your hydronic heating system, the output vents will be located in the ceiling. By placing the output vents in the ceiling, air will be dispersed more evenly (cold air falls). This could lead to a shorter cycle time and lower cooling bills.
No Matter What Your Heating Option, Ohio
No matter what heating option you choose: boiler heat via a hydronic system or a forced-air system for a gas or electric furnace: Sal’s Heating & Cooling, Plumbing & Sewer, Inc. has you covered! Our expert technicians find and fix your problems fast. The experienced team at Sal’s will help you find the products best suited for your home and taste. Don’t hesitate, contact us today!