Depending on the existing construction of your residence, radiant floor heating uses either hot water or electricity implanted in the floor. A hot water system heats your floors by running consistently through tubing embedded in the floor. The electric radiant floor heating system runs similarly, but uses electric cables instead of tubing. Your Aire Serv expert will discuss with you what option may be better than the other – depending on your existing construction.
Find Efficiency with Radiant Floor Heating
During the long chilly months of winter and fall, home comfort is of the utmost importance. It is just as important to choose the right heating system for your home. The benefits of radiant floor heating are in the way heat is created. Heat already rises from the ground up, so heating the floor is an energy efficient way to work with nature in your home. Conventional heating systems heat the air and blow it throughout your home, often this causes a “draft” feeling that will be absent with radiant floor heating.
You can save up to 35% on energy in your home with radiant floor heating. The floors and furniture in your residence will be heated continuously and provide an even warmth throughout.