Radiant Heating System

Are you looking for a solution to heat your house or building efficiently?  Whether it is a residential, a commercial, or an institutional building, the challenges to face are similar, yet they may get more complex according to the size of the building.

You may be looking for a solution that is as compact as possible, comfortable, energy efficient, and with low maintenance. This is possible to achieve with radiant heating, an ancient and highly efficient heating technology. Radiant heating is a hidden system that focuses on warming up objects and people in the space rather than warming up the air around them.

Why is Radiant Heating becoming increasingly popular?

Radiant Heating is not about the heat loss of the room – it’s about the heat loss of the person in the room. Your body is a radiator. If you can control the heat loss of the individual, then you have a person who is feeling warm and comfortable. Radiant Heating is not a new technology; in fact, it is one of the oldest heating methods man ever knew.

Today, radiant heating systems are gaining popularity again due to their low initial costs, low operating costs, and the high level of comfort they provide. In recent years, radiant heat regained its popularity, as people experienced it and felt the difference.  In addition, an increasing number of professionals now agree that the costs involved in using radiant heating are decreasing.  Furthermore, they agree on its higher effectiveness in addressing issues that a forced air system cannot solve effectively, like occupants comfort, zoned controls, condensation and cold drafts, and on its capability of consuming much less energy than any forced air system present in the market, due to its unique delivery method.

Most of the time, we use radiant heating panels instead of wires or hydronics tubes, to supply necessary heat to the space, which permits considerable savings on the installation and labor costs.  In the end, our system has proved to be more cost effective, easier and faster to install, as well as cheaper to operate and maintain.