I love our house, however because the history of it needs to be preserved, I honestly have a lot of restrictions on what I can and can’t do with it
My friend has been telling me about a heating idea that I have never seen before! Apparently hydronic oil heating systems are all the current rage and a much better alternative to central oil heating systems for more than 2 reasons. I asked her to explain to me how hydronic oil heating systems work. She said that the first step is that the idea needs sizzling water to produce electricity, so the boiler uses a process called conduction to heat the water in the reservoir. Then, the sizzling water runs through a piping idea that is installed underneath the floor. The sizzling water produces heat within the flooring itself and then the heat from the floor radiates into the room. She had hydronic heating installed in her current home a few weeks ago so she let me come over so I could experience it. If you would have told me a week ago that heat from flooring could sizzling up a room without burning our feet, I would’ve called you crazy. However, it particularly works! I’m pretty sure I’m going to look into this as an option for our home, but I don’t know if it’s too late for our house. I live in a small historic bungalow and it doesn’t seem prefer this idea would be the best fit for it. I love our house, however because the history of it needs to be preserved, I honestly have a lot of restrictions on what I can and can’t do with it. I don’t believe our next apartment will be so historic so that I can have more freedom with it.