Radiant Floor Heating is unique and cost effective compared to forced air Heating systems. With forced air heating systems,
the hot air rises up to the ceiling, which isn’t where you are. You spend your time on the floor, or on furniture on top of the
floor, so that’s where the warmth should be. We are certified so your installation is guaranteed for 25 years.
Radiant floor heating uses a low water
temperature. The warm water is constantly circulated in the floor, providing heat where it is needed, instead of wasting it at the ceiling. Since radiant floor heating does not
directly heat the air, you don't lose as much energy with air leaks and infiltration. With this heating method, you can save 10-30% on your monthly heating bills.
Radiant floor heating system can be installed in remodeling and retrofit projects as well as in new construction.
The type of radiant system used would be
determined by the circumstances of
construction. Typically the climate Panel
system would be installed above the sub floor when there is no finished floor in place. In situations where an existing finished floor is to remain undisturbed, the radiant system would be installed below the sub floor using the Heat Transfer Plate System