Homeowners and business owners have options when it comes to installing Infloor Heating Systems. Experienced contractors can take care of the entire process, working with us directly to ensure the system is optimally installed and operational. However, some ambitions homeowners enjoy taking on the challenge themselves, for which we also provide support and guidance. Whether you are a DIY-er or experienced contractor, when it comes to installing a radiant heating system, there are important rules to the installation process, considered the “golden rules,” to live by for the best results and outcome.
Have you wondered why radiant heating systems are touted as being “more comfortable” than other heating methods? Do you have floors that feel cold to the touch? Do you feel drafts of warm and cold air in your home? There may be more to your comfort than you may think.
Our best tubing, InfloorPERT®, boasts flexibility, durability, has a proven 30-year track record, and comes with a comprehensive 25-year manufacturer’s warranty. It is perfect for residential heating, commercial heating, and snowmelt applications. We have InfloorPERT in stock and ready for your next heating project.
In-floor radiant heating boasts versatility and design freedom unlike forced air heating. Any flooring surface can be heated by radiant, providing invisible comfort virtually anywhere, including outdoor areas and poolside. The students of FINS Swim Instruction’s new facility in Houston, TX will get to experience that comfort while learning to swim. The newest location features radiant heating to help keep students comfortable in and out of the pool and changing areas. “I’d heard about radiant heating a long time ago, and I thought it would be a big benefit to what we do,” said Liam Goudeket, aquatics director for FINS. “We… READ MORE
Ever wondered how tubing, fittings, and manifolds are manufactured for in-floor heating systems? Thanks to the Science Channel you can view the entire process. The show “How It’s Made” covered this topic in detail, including how the components are used in a radiant heating system. Very cool! Check it out below.