Want to create that perfectly comfortable feeling? Luxury Home Heating are your hydronic heating specialists for new or existing homes.
Whether you have polished concrete, beautiful carpets or timber flooring, we can install a high-efficiency hydronic underfloor heating system to keep you and your family warm, comfortable and healthy through the cold winter season.
We’ve all lived in houses that had freezing cold floors in winter, condensation running down the windows in the morning and mould building up in the bathroom. Surely, in the age of smartphones, jet travel and online shopping we don’t need to live like cavemen?
You deserve more in your dream home!
If you have some plans drawn up for your new building project, then get in touch with us and we’ll talk you through your options to create luxurious t-shirt weather in your home all year round.
Underfloor heating is more than a warm home; it’s complete comfort. There are no hard to heat spots; no annoying drafts and your floor won’t be too hot to walk on.Read more
Underfloor heating is a generic term; Luxury Heating is something else again;
European design and innovation tailored for Australian conditions
The boiler is the source of your home’s heat. It heats a continuous flow of water which transfers the heat to your underfloor heating system or radiatorsREAD MORE
If you’ve lived in the UK then you’ll be used to seeing radiators in every home. Radiators are a cost-effective and energy-efficient way of heating your home.READ MORE
You can install a heat pump even though a heat pump runs on electricity it is still three to four times more efficient than a traditional electric heater.READ MORE
Read more from the Luxury Heating Team for updates, additional information and all the latest news on current and recent installations.
Love the idea of an environmentally friendly boiler to keep your dream home warm this winter?
If you’ve looked at the results of any heat load calculation, you’ll notice that most of the heat from your home is lost through the windows.
If you’re used to ordinary electric heaters from K-Mart, you might be confused about the idea of a dedicated heating system built into your house.
Is a heated floor really going to keep your whole house warm, or would you still need some other heaters to get you through those winter months?