24/7 365 Emergency Service
248-479-3906

title

In Floor Heating Systems

Radiant Flooring/In-Floor advantages at a glance:

  • Lower energy bills

  • Less space occupying/ invisible setup

  • Uniform heating in every room

  • Allergy prevention

  • Eco-friendly option

In Floor Heating Systems

Do you dread waking up from a cozy, warm bed and stepping on the cold floor? This discomfort is aggravated if you have tiles or hardwood flooring throughout your house. If that’s describing your situation every morning, or during the cold wintry days, it’s about time you consider the In-Floor Heating Systems.

In-Floor Heating Systems have come a long way. Now you can find heating options for any kind of surface: tile and stone, carpet, concrete, nailed hardwood floor, and floating wood floors. It simply means that warm, cozy flooring can be fitted under any kind of surface. You can also consider whole-house in-floor heating or for just a selected area.

Radiant Heating System, a type of in-floor heating system, is in news as an alternative for a traditional heating method. Imagine a quiet heating system – no loud furnaces, no hassles of vents, or dust-spewing ductwork.

This system allows you to leave behind a smaller carbon footprint making you an eco-friendly consumer. Homeowners have also experienced lower costs and more energy efficiency upon switching from forced-air systems. Furthermore, it takes less storage space than the traditional setup. In fact, the paraphernalia used for this heating system is practically invisible, as it’s conveniently hidden under the flooring. Unlike furnaces, radiant heating systems offer uniform heat distribution throughout the room. It’s one of the best options for people suffering with allergies, as you can get rid of ducts completely that keep on circulating contaminants.

Radiant Flooring/In-Floor advantages at a glance:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Less space occupying/ invisible setup
  • Uniform heating in every room
  • Allergy prevention
  • Eco-friendly option

Radiant Systems come in two options – Hydronic and Electric. As the name suggests, Hydronic is powered by water, also commonly known as the Wet System. The network of tubes running under the flooring is hooked up to a water heater that results in heating the area. Electric Heating, also known as Dry System, works on electric cables.

It is highly recommended to take a professional’s opinion before switching to this technology or buying it for a new property. If you are considering switching to In-Floor Heating Systems, we offer free estimates and expert advice. We also assure to work with your schedule during the installation process. As part of our after-sales service we provide full support in case you need us. You can call us 24/7. A phone operator will always answer your call, and skilled personnel will promptly show up for all the appointments. We also provide 50 years of warranty on flooring.

Talk to us today for a warmer home tomorrow! Call us now!

Special Offers

coupon
free service