There’s a certain comfort and joy about being at home while snow falls outside. It’s so peaceful and beautiful from your window while you’re warm inside. But once you have to go outside and travel in it, things can quickly change from calm to stressful. Clearing the driveway and walkways becomes your first priority.
But for Infloor snowmelt system customers, they have added peace of mind that their outdoor surfaces will always be free of snow and ice, leaving them free to focus on other things.
Snowmelt systems are becoming more popular in today’s homes and businesses as a convenient and cost effective method of automatically clearing snow and ice from surfaces such as driveways, walkways, stairs, patios, business entrances, parking lots and ramps, loading docks, hospital entrances, helipads, or car wash bays. READ MORE
Holland, Michigan, a town just off the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, sees a lot of snow. But instead of relying on a network of snowplows, salting, and shovels, Holland diverts waste heat from a nearby power plant to run under the streets and sidewalks to melt the snow.
Infloor Heating Systems will be CLOSED on the following days in observance of the holidays:
Monday, December 25
Tuesday, December 26
Monday, January 1
From our family to yours, wishing you a warm and joyful holiday season. Thank you for a wonderful year and your continued support. We appreciate each and every one of our customers!
Solar panels can drastically cut or even eliminate energy bills, reduce a home’s carbon footprint, increase resale value, and may even help a home sell faster. They are also known to pair well with Infloor Heating Systems to further reduce your costs and impact.
The cost of rooftop solar systems has fallen dramatically in recent years, and most homeowners have the option of buying the system, leasing it on reasonable payment terms, or having a third-party pay for and install the system at no up-front cost at all for the homeowner. Plus, home solar systems may be eligible for federal tax credits.
All of this explains why the number of homeowners installing solar has sky-rocketed across America. Nevertheless, many homeowners remain skeptical about taking control of their energy use and installing solar. Why? The various myths that still persist around solar power could be the reason. READ MORE
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. READ MORE
Water is the “life-blood” of hydronic heating systems. Just as we strive to maintain the health of our own circulatory systems, it’s important to maintain the “health” of water and water-based solutions that circulate through the hydronic systems we construct and maintain. The life and proper function of the mechanical components depend on it.
“All the boilers used with our hydronic heating systems have warranties that include the stipulations that the water must have the right PH balance in order for the warranty to be valid,” shared Michael Willburn, President of Infloor Heating Systems. That’s because minerals in water can build up on the inside of components and reduce function levels or stop operation all together. READ MORE
We are thrilled to be heading to Chicago in January to be apart of the 2018 AHR Expo being held at the McCormick Place, 2301 S. King Dr, Chicago, IL 60616, from January 22 – 24, 2018.
We invite you to stop by the Infloor Heating Systems exhibit booth #8149, where we will be talking about our radiant heating systems and the many great products and applications we provide, including our new stainless steel manifolds and Hydrofill, and the systems we design and recommend for your application. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our systems and ask any questions you have. No one knows more about radiant heating than we do.
Approaching its 86th year, the event hosts more than 2,000 exhibitors and crowds of 65,000 industry professionals from every state, to come together and share new products, technologies, and ideas.
Learn more in the short VIDEO trailer below, or click HERE. READ MORE
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. READ MORE
We are thrilled to see our new product, Infloor Stainless Steel Manifolds, featured among other great products in Contracting Business Magazine. Infloor pre-assembled Stainless Steel manifolds are used to distribute heat-transfer ﬂuid throughout a hydronic radiant heating system. They can be used in traditional radiator systems, and innovative under-ﬂoor radiant systems. Made of stainless steel, they are particularly suitable for heating systems, allowing all of the project parameters to be controlled, providing the perfect balance of each outlet. This avoids any unnecessary waste and ensures an elevated level of thermal comfort. READ MORE
Infloor radiant heating systems are not only the most comfortable heating systems available, but are also the smartest. We can design a heating system that is intuitive, eco-friendly, and responsive to your individual heating needs.
We are thrilled to have added the tekmar Zone Valve Control Box 304V and 306V to our product offerings, giving you more from your zone control solution. Live more comfortably while reducing your heating costs and carbon footprint with integrated RoomResponse™ technology, which satisfies heating needs directly at the source. And you now have the option to adjust the boiler temperature based on feedback from ANY brand of thermostat. READ MORE