Keeping You Warm in the Cold Months

Heating and Hot Water Systems in Geelong, Melbourne, and Ballarat

Gas-Ducted Heating

Winter Comfort

Customers in the market for a new heating system usually consider two factors: winter comfort and energy efficiency (running costs). These two factors result in an all-around effective gas-ducted heating system. With just the press of a button, gas-ducted heating allows you to affordably warm your entire home.


How It Works

Air that has been warmed by gas is circulated throughout your home, reaching each room through a network of ducts and vents, usually in the roof or floor. This duct network is installed by G.J. Bradding Heating & Cooling Systems technicians. The initial installation cost is often lower than other options and is inexpensive in the long run. The higher the energy star rating, the cheaper it is to run.


Why Gas-Ducted Heating?

Gas-ducted heating allows you to ‘zone’ your climate control. This means you can turn the heating on and off in different rooms. Rooms that are not in use can be ‘switched off,’ reducing running costs.


Ducted gas systems are virtually failsafe, regardless of outside elements. When you come home from a winter day, all you want is to warm up right away. Ducted gas heating offers the option of instant warmth throughout your entire home.


Ducted gas heating is easy to manage with a simple control unit and temperature device.


How quickly and how efficiently your house changes temperature depends on the area of the spaces being heated, how well the house is insulated, and your local climate.

Gas Log Fires


The Magic of a Fireplace

Nothing compares to the magic of an open fire in the middle of winter. Traditional fireplaces are more dangerous, require more maintenance, and produce more ash and smoke. With our modern appliance, you can enjoy the wonder of an open fire with the convenience and reliability of gas.


The Convenience of Gas

Gas log fires are inexpensive to run and make a charming addition to any room. With their booming popularity, more options are hitting the market, including gas log fires that resemble physical logs, freestanding gas stoves, wall-mounted contained units, and more. Some gas log fires are connected to an outside vent so gases that are produced when burning can escape outside.


Why Gas Log Fires?

Gas logs are an energy-efficient way to heat a room while offering the attraction of an in-home fireplace. However, unlike open fires, gas logs require little maintenance and no ashy cleanup! Whether you’re playing board games with the family, getting cosy with your other half, or just enjoying that flicker of light dancing in the winter background, a warm fire can turn a house into a home. With our vast range of products to choose from, it’s easy to choose a stylish fit to match the feel of the room.

Hydronic Heating


What Is Hydronic Heating?

Hydronic heating operates by simply heating water with a boiler. The hot water is then circulated through a loop of pipes and heating outlets which deliver heat to rooms throughout the house. The most commonly used heating outlets are radiators and floor slabs. The best time to install underfloor pipes is when a house is being built or during major renovations. However, there are many modern radiators designs available that offer additional architectural or decorative impact.


Why Hydronic Systems?

Hydronic heating systems are ideal if you are looking for a natural way to distribute heat. This method is whisper quiet whilst also heating the space naturally. By choosing this system, you can avoid the airborne distribution of particles that are commonly associated with gas-ducted heating systems.


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