Radiant Floor Heating Systems
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A Radiant Floor Heating System is installed underneath the floors of the home, garage or workshop in Residential applications (heated driveways are also an option for keeping snow melted).
Commercially they are widely used in a variety of applications, especially warehouses, machine shops, and places where cargo doors are often open regularity.
The system utilizes warm water, which flows through tubes, heating up the floors and everything else in proximity as the hot air rises. A Radiant Floor Heating System works equally as well through carpeting, ceramic tile, linoleum and wood floors.
A sunroom or particularly chilly area of can be quickly remedied by radiant floor heating, sometimes a ductless wall heat pump called a mini split (similar to what a hotel room uses) can work equally as well depending on the property. Both options are energy efficient. Both options are great for zone heating, only having the heat where and when you need it and not in the other rooms that don’t.
Ductless systems such as radiant floor heating (and heat pumps) are an excellent option to consider for allergy and asthma sufferers, since it does not utilize vents which circulate dust, allergens and other debris throughout the space, in addition to the warm air it generates.
There are a variety of models of radiant floor hydronic heat pumps – the tubing on the floor is pretty consistent job to job.
Most modern hydronic heating is designed to operate at lower temperatures; condensating gas boilers, solar thermal and heat pumps all operate better at lower design temperatures. Smaller systems run about 110-120 F supply temperature and larger systems as low as 80-90 F.