Some of the common issues we see with Hydronic Heating units are listed below. For any issues with your Hydronic Heating system give us a call.
My pilot light won’t turn on
Check to see if any debris has built up at the tip of the pilot light – if so, clean it and try relighting the pilot light. If this doesn’t work, contact Maroondah Air Services for a quick resolution of the problem.
Water boiler returning too cold or not providing radiant heat
If your hydronic heating is not working adequately, the boiler may be to blame. If your system is electric, check if the fault has been caused by a tripped breaker. If it’s a gas hydronic heater, check for a blocked gas line or pilot malfunction.
What temperature should I run the system at?
In most cases, hydronic heater should be set between 46-58°c.
Is it possible for my hydronic heater to leak?
In rare cases, hydronic heaters may leak. But like all heating and cooling methods, complications can be avoided with regular maintenance and servicing.
My hydronic heater is making strange noises
It can be difficult to troubleshoot the cause of strange noises when it comes to your hydronic heating system, due to the underfloor installation of the system. If you notice buzzing, banging, rattling or other noises, contact Maroondah Air Services for assistance.
How often should I have my hydronic heater serviced?
Seek hydronic heating servicing on an annual basis from Maroondah Air Services.