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Radiant Floor Heating

It's a cold morning, and you awaken to snow falling outside your bedroom window. It's hard to peel yourself from the coziness of your down comforter -- but your morning cup of joe isn't going to make itself. You slip out of bed and put your bare feet on a warm hardwood floor. When you head to the bathroom, you encounter heated ceramic tiles. In the kitchen, your feet meet a warm, tiled floor. Sounds like you're enjoying the benefits of radiant floor heating.


Radiant floor heating (RFH) involves installing electric heating coils or water-heated tubing under your home's floors. With an RFH system, the heat from the floor warms everything it touches and radiates throughout the room from the ground up. Think of RFH like heat from the sun. On a sunny day, if you step from the shade into the sun, you'll feel warmer even though the air temperature is basically the same. This is how radiant floor heating works. Temperature throughout the room is more constant than with your standard forced-air system, where the air rises, cools and then falls to the floor.

Radiant Floor Installation


Residential

Residential
Radiant heat flooring

Hot water

Hot water
lines are run in the concrete

Lines are

Lines are
plumbed to a water heater

Radiant flooring

Radiant flooring
heats from the ground up

New Construction

New Construction
Ideal for a basement or shop


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