CHC Courses

CHC and Hydronic Industry Training Opportunities No business can grow without good training for its employees. The Canadian Hydronics Council offers a variety of training programs to assist your personal, professional and business growth. The Council offers national programs of skills development which are available for personnel of every experience level and area of specialization. […]

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Promotional Materials

Single Page Promotional Materials Wouldn’t you love a warm towel as you exit the bath? Hydronics is the answer! Need a healthy home? Hydronics is the answer! Want a little luxury? Hydronics is the answer! Tired of shoveling snow? Hydronics is the answer! Cold, inhospitable basement? Hydronics is the answer!

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How Do I Obtain a Quote?

Are you convinced that modern hot water heating provides Ultimate Comfort? Would you like to obtain a quote on converting or installing a new heating system in your home? The Canadian Hydronics Council have begun registering contractors in Canada who install hydronics as well as contractors who have obtained CHC supported training programs. Below you will […]

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ULTIMATE COMFORT

Your Source for Information about Hydronic Heating PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP Investing in a CHC Hydronics Installer membership keeps you up to date on the fast-evolving hydronics industry. It educates and informs you while expanding your business network. PUBLICATIONS Find a wide variety of publications that will improve your knowledge and augment your skills in designing and […]

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CHC Certification Program

What is CHC’s Certification Program? The Certification Program is a method to recognize your skill as a Certified Hydronic Installer, Certified Hydronic Designer or Registered Hydronic Designer. Why is Certification Important? Certification is important because: It provides you the recognition for your level of installation or design skills. Customers feel better knowing that a minimum […]

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Troubleshooting FAQ

Why is it that when I use the manual operator to force open the zone valve, the auxiliary contact does not close? Manual operators are intended to be used during installation (soldering) or during power failure. Opening the valve manually will allow water circulation via gravity (circulator being out of power). Normal operation will resume […]

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Training

Join Today! Become a Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) Hydronics Installer member. Who’s Eligible? To become a Hydronics Installer member of CHC, an important portion of your business must be the installation or service of hydronic heating systems. Additionally, you must have a valid trade qualification certificate, a valid provincial fuel licence (or certify that you […]

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