Hydronic Heating

A Warm Floor Is A Warm House!

Hydronics is the use of water or another liquid heat such as glycol as the heat-transfer medium in heating and cooling systems. Some of the oldest and most common examples are steam and hot-water radiators. Historically, in large-scale commercial buildings such as high-rise and campus facilities, a hydronic system may include both a chilled and a heated water loop, to provide for both heating and air conditioning. Chillers and cooling towers are used separately or together as means to provide water cooling, while boilers heat water. A recent innovation is the chiller boiler system, which provides an efficient form of HVAC for homes and smaller commercial spaces.  Hydronics are an energy efficient form of room to room heating and cooling control.

Residential and commercial applications include:

  • driveways
  • entrances
  • parking garage ramps
  • wheelchair ramps
  • parking lots
  • sidewalks and steps
  • car washes
  • hot tub/pool surrounds
  • Any surface, public or private - that you don’t want snow and ice to build up on.

The REHAU Underfloor heating systems are currently providing cost-effective comfort and safety in a variety of installations across the world, including homes, offices, factories, hospitals and schools. Wherever you install it, the system you choose is tailored to suit the space and its occupants. REHAU Underfloor heating provides the right amount of heat in the right place at the right time.

REHAU has a reputation for excellence. It has been earned by providing the building and construction industry with high quality products, expertise and customer support for over 40 years. It's a reputation we aim to maintain.