Hydronic heating systems use circulating hot water to keep your home warm. Your home has a hydronic system if you have radiators, radiant floor heating, or non-electric baseboard heaters. Older hydronic systems use to rely on steam pressure to carry heat through your home, but most modern designs rely on a circulator pump to keep water moving. The role of the circulator pump isn't hard to understand. This pump creates the internal pressure necessary to move hot water to your heaters and back to your boiler, where it can be heated once again.
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