The Hydronics Industry Alliance (HIA) has announced the completion of its website, myhomeheating.com.
In July and August, the HIA launched two new major sections on its website: a section specifically for architects and engineers, and a section for home builders and remodelers. The website already had individualized sections for consumers/homeowners and HVAC and plumbing contractors.
Now architects, engineers, builders, and remodelers have a useful and informative reference for the installation and uses of Hydronic Heating. The Web site details the benefits and applications of Hydronic Heating and answers frequently asked questions.
The Hydronics Industry Alliance — chaired by Richard Simons, director of residential combustion controls for Honeywell International — is a coalition of members of the Hydronics Institute Division of the Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association (GAMA). The purpose of the 29 member companies is to increase industry and consumer awareness of the latest technological advances in home heating comfort.
The two new sections of myhomeheating.com provide practical new information geared to architects, engineers, HVAC professionals, home builders, and remodelers including:
- Clear explanations of the many types of Hydronic Heating delivery systems
- How to incorporate domestic hot water into a Hydronic Heating system
- How air conditioning and Hydronic Heating smoothly work together
- Where to find optimal air conditioning systems for use with Hydronic Heating, and more.