Hydronic heating systems use water that is heated by the boiler to provide heat. When the system calls for heat it usually will tell te boiler to start up. The boiler feeds hot water through copper or plastic lines into a heating coil located inside of the furnace. The air being pushed through the system by the blower is then heated as it passes through the coil and then dispersed through the duct system.
We provide service for all hydronic heating systems.
We also provide periodic maintenance services for all hydronic heating systems.
Hydronic heating systems
steps you can take before calling.
1) check to make sure you have power.(make sure the curcuit breaker is not tripped and that no one accidentally shut off the safety shut off switch to the system- usually looks like a light switch with a red face plate indicating it is for your heating system.)
2) make sure your thermostat is in the 'heat' mode and does not need new batteries: if it uses batteries for a power source.
3) make sure your boiler is starting up and is running properly. (reffer to the OIL BOILER section for information about functionality checks for oil boilers.)
Hydronic systems usually do not rely on a fuel source to function, but in the event of a gas leak DO NOT attempt to restart your system and call us immediately.