Hydronic Heating | Too Hot to Handle
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Comfort and Efficiency with Hydronic Heating

Too Hot To Handle specialises in providing efficient and comfortable hydronic heating systems, expertly tailored to each client’s needs in Geelong.

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Up to 7 year warranty

We provide a diverse selection of heating and cooling solutions tailored to suit every home. 

With over ten years in the business, Too Hot To Handle has successfully installed more than 10,000 heating and cooling systems across Geelong.

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Hydronic heating systems: embracing efficient comfort

Hydronic heating systems represent the pinnacle of home comfort, offering a sophisticated, energy-efficient solution that delivers consistent warmth. Provided by Too Hot To Handle, these systems circulate heated water through a network of pipes to radiators, underfloor heating, or convectors positioned throughout your home, emitting a gentle heat that rises evenly.

As a refined approach to traditional heating, hydronic systems provide not only a superior level of warmth but also boast a clean, quiet operation that enhances the quality of air and life. Perfect for the varied climates of Geelong, hydronic heating is the answer for those seeking an effective, eco-friendly, and elegant heating method.

Why hydronic?

Advantages of hydronic heating

Hydronic heating systems offer a host of advantages that make them a preferred choice for discerning homeowners. The foremost benefit is the even distribution of heat, which radiates from the floor or panels, warming the living space gently without the hot and cold cycles associated with forced-air systems. This radiant form of heating minimises the circulation of dust and allergens, promoting better indoor air quality and making it a boon for allergy sufferers.

Moreover, hydronic heating operates silently, eliminating the noise of blowers and fans for a tranquil home environment. It’s also highly energy-efficient. These systems often use less fuel than traditional heating methods, resulting in lower utility bills. Too Hot To Handle’s hydronic systems represent an investment in both the comfort and health of your home environment, delivering warmth as quietly and efficiently as nature intended.

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Advise on the best brand and model for you and issue a formal quote for installation.

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Once the quote has been approved, date arranged, the installation is completed by our experienced team.

Thinking about hydronic?

When to install hydronic heating

When it comes to renovations and new builds, incorporating a hydronic heating system can significantly elevate the property’s comfort and value. In renovations, integrating hydronic heating requires careful planning to seamlessly blend the system with the existing structure. It’s an opportunity to upgrade to a more energy-efficient and comfortable heating solution, with the installation of underfloor pipework, wall-mounted radiators, or heated towel racks adding a touch of modern luxury.

For new constructions, hydronic heating can be designed as part of the foundational blueprint, ensuring optimal placement and efficiency from the start. Too Hot To Handle excels in both scenarios, providing expert consultation to tailor the best hydronic solution for your project, whether retrofitting a character home or embedding elegance and warmth into a new build.

Hydronic Heating Services

Hydronic heating systems often surpass traditional heating methods in efficiency due to their use of water as a thermal conduit, which is inherently more effective at heat retention and transfer than air. This efficiency translates into cost savings over time, as hydronic systems require less energy to maintain the same level of warmth, reducing utility bills. The initial installation cost may be higher, but the long-term operational savings can be substantial, especially when coupled with a well-insulated home. Moreover, the durability of hydronic systems often leads to fewer repairs and lower maintenance costs, compounding their financial benefits over the lifespan of the system.

Yes, a hydronic heating system can be expertly integrated into an existing home during a renovation. While the process is more straightforward during the construction phase of a new build, advancements in hydronic technology have made it possible to retrofit these systems with minimal disruption to the existing structure. For instance, slimline radiators or underfloor heating can be installed without significant alterations to the layout. The team at Too Hot To Handle specialises in such renovations, carefully planning and executing the installation to ensure that the integrity and aesthetics of the home are maintained while improving its comfort and value with efficient hydronic heating.

Maintaining a hydronic heating system is key to ensuring its longevity and optimal performance. This typically involves an annual check-up by a professional technician who will inspect the boiler, test the pressure and temperature settings, assess the condition of the pipes and radiators, and look for any signs of leaks or corrosion. Regular maintenance also includes bleeding radiators to remove air pockets that can impede water flow and heat distribution, as well as ensuring the system is free from any blockages. Such preventative maintenance helps to maintain the efficiency of the system, prevent costly breakdowns, and extend the overall life of the heating system. Too Hot To Handle provides comprehensive servicing to keep your hydronic heating in top condition, ensuring that it remains a reliable source of warmth for your home.

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5/50 Eastern Beach Rd
Geelong VIC 3220

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