How to build a Homemade Hydronic Heating System that can lower your power bill, save heating cost, and could easily be powered in an emergency situation


This video shows the build of a Home heating system that heat via hydronic (heat produced with water).This hot water heating system us typically installed at the baseboard or, at the very least, a point low to the ground. Since heat naturally rises, placing the heating element at the lowest point in a room is an easy way to evenly heat the air in a space.The hot water in the system is obtained from a boiler in a utility room, and this boiler is heated by gas, oil, or electricity. The hot water is pumped through a system of pipes that are installed in the baseboard. The heat from this hot water is transferred to the room, and once the heat transfer has cooled the water down again, it’s piped back to the boiler room, replaced by a fresh influx of hot water, and reheated.

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