Radiant Floor Heating


No More Cold Feet


Radiant floor heating is ductless, noise resistent, and distributes heat evenly through every room.
Heating your home with a forced-air furnace isn't your only option when you have concrete floors and radient can be installed on all floor types and can be covered with any different floorings, such as, tile, carpet, slate and wood. You can save energy and create a healthier, more comfortable living environment by having the floor itself distribute the heat from the ground up by a radiant in-floor heating system.

How it works
The most popular and most cost efficient radiant heating systems use water. Water-filled tubes are heated by an energy source such as a standard boiler, or water heater. The science behind radiant floor heating is quite simple: Tubes that circulate hot water are installed under or top of existing subfloors, or in a new concrete slab when it's poured. It can then be covered with with a variety of finished floors. It is even possible to regulate the temperature from room to room by using zoning valves or pumps inside the tubes.

Benefits of Hydronic Radiant Floor Heating and Cooling
  • Among the many benefits, radiant floor heating is a ductless system, meaning:
  • No noisy blowing of air
  • No dust or circulated allergens through air vents
  • No energy loss due to duct leaks
  • No necessary cleaning maintenance like air ducts
  • Floor heating requires less energy to maintain the level of heat comfort in your home.
  • More space for furniture
  • Perfect for the basement, finished or not