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Old 02-11-2008, 02:52 PM   #1
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Does any one have an opinion on hydro-air systems? I am doing an addition on my house and need to change my furnace. It was suggested that I go with a hydro-air system - any thoughts?


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Does any one have an opinion on hydro-air systems? I am doing an addition on my house and need to change my furnace. It was suggested that I go with a hydro-air system - any thoughts?
I like them, I think you will be very happy with the setup, Not sure what your doing for Hot water, but you can now get a Indirect water heater since you'll have a boiler....

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With hydro-air, it's also easier and cheaper to add true zoned heat. All you need are separate air handlers for each zone as opposed to requiring separate furnaces for each zone.
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With hydro-air, it's also easier and cheaper to add true zoned heat. All you need are separate air handlers for each zone as opposed to requiring separate furnaces for each zone.
OR he could just add a zone panel and dampers for either a furnace OR a air handler... and not buy an air handler for each zone, but thats up to the guy designing the system...
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