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Hydronic Heating Systems

Throughout the year and especially on those cold wintery morning having the right heating solution is essential in providing a comfortable living enviroment. Hydronic heating offers many health benefits over conventional heating methods and provides an efficient and effective way of heating your home with underfloor heating and wall panel options that provide superior radiant heating.


The destination for all your hydronic heating needs

We partner with world leading manufacturers to deliver the most effective and efficient hydronic heating solutions and cover everything you need to perfectly heat your home or project all year round.

Hydronic Boilers

The heart of any hydronic system is the heat source, hydronic boilers efficiently heats water through the use of a heat exchanger and circulates the warm water throughout the house as needed.

  • Highly efficient form of heating
  • Quiet operation
  • Low maintenance costs
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Hydronic Boilers


Hydronic radiators work by circulating warm water through wall-mounted panels, heating up their exterior metal surfaces and radiating heat into the room.

  • Heat up quickly when needed
  • Slim and stylish, sit easily on the wall
  • Easy to install and maintain
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Heated Towel Rails

Heated towel rails work by moving warm water through the radiator which heats up the external surface to keep your towels perfectly warm and radiate heat into your bathroom.

  • Looks sleek and stylish on the wall
  • Provides rapid warmth
  • Adds superior comfort to your bathroom
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Heated Towel Rails

Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating evenly distributes heat through the space through through circulating warm water through a network of pipes under the floor to provide all-over comfort. Near silent operation, low ongoing running costs and health benefits makes underfloor heating the perfect choice for whole home heating.

  • Distributes heat evenly throughout each room
  • Healthy and discreet form of heating
  • Luxury comfort
  • Individual area zoning
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Underfloor Heating

Radiator Valves

Radiator valves are used in hydronic system to control the temperature of the radiator panels by controlling the flow.

  • Allows for individual zoning
  • Adds system comfort control
  • Allows for thermostatic adaptability
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Radiator Valves

Pipe & Fittings

The piping network in a hydronic system is used to carry the heated water through a circuit of pipes in the walls or under the floor from the heat sources to the outlets (radiators or underfloor).

  • Provides great thermal properties
  • Multiple piping solutions
  • Flexible and easy installation options
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Pipe & Fittings


Designed to keep you in control of your home comfort levels, thermostats allows for accurate temperature control and home zoning solutions allowing for increased system efficiencies.

  • Accurate temperature control
  • Enables zoning solutions
  • Allows for increased energy efficiencies
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Leading Hydronic Heating Brands

Discover world-leading Australian and international hydronic heating brands at Reece.
We've got innovative hydronic heating solutions to suit homes of all shapes and sizes.


A world leader in hydronic heating. Purmo delivers European style and quality matched with energy performance.


A global leader in the manufacturing of state of the art boilers. Sime offer innovative dometic and commerical hydronic heating solutions that are designed in Italy and tailored to the Australian climate.


With over 50 years experience in plumbing and heating, Rehau provide comprehensive market leading hydronic piping solutions and design services.

Auspex Radiant

Proudly Australian owned, Auspex Radiant provides an extensive range of innovative world class hydronic solutions for the Australian market.


A leading Italian manufacturer of high quality components for domestic and commercial heating systems.


Danfoss is a leading worldwide manufacturer in the industrial and commercial hydronic space who specialise in providing sustainable and efficient climate solutions.

Why go with a professional installer?

When installing a hydronic heating system, it is extremely important to have your system installed by a licensed plumber. Not only does a licensed plumber have the right skills and training for installing, repairing and replacing your hydronic heating system, they also have the the right expertise, insurances and will ensure your warranty remains intact should something go wrong with your product.

Your plumber will provide you with the reassurance and peace of mind with respect to the complexity of the job at hand, saving you a lot of time and money in the long run.

Need help choosing the right system or ready to organise your installation? Call your local Reece HVAC branch today or complete the form below and we can help you through the process.


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Hydronic Heating Fact Sheet

Chat to our team in-store

The Reece HVAC network are experts in all things hydronic heating, chat to our team in-store to get the detail you need when looking at installing a hydronic heating system or to get in touch with an installer.

Expert Staff

Our Reece HVAC staff have an array of knowledge in all things hydronic heating to find the best solution for you.

Expert staff

Network of Stores

Reece HVAC has a national network of 36 branches so you'll be sure to find a branch close by which can service your needs.

Network of Stores

Testing Lab

We test products in an in-house testing facility, with a specific area for hydronic heating systems.

Testing Lab

Customer Care

Our after-sales service team at Customer Care are there to provide support for the life of your product.

Customer Care

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers you need to some of the most common hydronic heating questions.

How does hydronic heating work?

Water is heated in a boiler or heat pump and is circulated around the house through piping in the walls, roof or under the floor. The warm water then travels into panel radiators which are installed in each room to transfer the radiant heat to the air and objects spreading heating evenly around the room.

In the case of underfloor heating the water is circulated around coils of piping in the structural slab or in a topping screed which then heats the whole surface and radiant heat into the room.

Why hydronic heating?

Hydronic heating uses heated water to create warmth that’s more effcient and hygienic than traditional air-based heating methods that rely on forcing warm air throughout the house, resulting in uneven distribution and heat retention.

Hydronic heating evenly distributes a natural radiant heat through the space for unparalleled all-over comfort. Near silent operation and low ongoing run-ning costs makes hydronic heating the perfect choice for home heating.

What are the benefits of hydronic heating?

Comfort - Hydronic heating provides superior comfort by evenly heating any room or area with radiant heat to achieve a comfortable natural warmth.

Efficiency - Hydronic heating is highly efficient as it uses water to move heat around your home instead of air. As water is an excellent conductor of heat, this allows the heat to be transferred around your home with ease and last much longer reducing your overall heating costs.

Healthy - Hydronic heating produces a gentle, safe and hygienic form of heat that provides many health benefits due to improved air quality and healthier living spaces as it doesn’t circulate dust, bacteria, and other allergens compared to other heating methods.

Flexibility - There are many hydronic heating methods available including: underfloor heating, hydronic radiator panels and diffusion plates that make hydronic adaptable to both new and existing homes.

Are hydronic heating systems efficient?

Because heat rises, hydronic heating is one of the most efficient ways to heat your home. Traditional air heating methods rely on forcing warm air throughout the house, resulting in uneven distribution and heat retention.

How do I know which hydronic heating system is best for me?

Hydronic heating offers many heating options for most home types including existing homes and new builds.

Existing home builds
For existing domestic or commercial builds there are still many hydronic heating options available. However, these options can be limited depending on the type of building or foundations that exist.

New home builds
For new domestic or commercial builds all the hydronic options are available. The benefit of adding hydronic heating during the construction phase means you can incorporate the system requirements into your plans to create the greatest impact. In-slab hydronic heating is the only method that must be incorporated into the construction phase as it is installed into the structural slab which creates the base of a new build.

Can I install a hydronic heating system myself?

No, we recommend that any hydronic heating system is always installed by a licensed plumber. Hydronic heating systems installed by unqualified installers may void all warranties.