Hydronic (liquid-based) radiant heating systems use little electricity, which is a benefit for homes in areas with high electricity prices or are off the power grid. It works by running warm water through durable PEX tubing that is installed in the floor and is heated by a boiler, water heater, or geothermal. The boiler can run on natural gas, propane, heating oil, electricity, or wood, with increased ‘green’ options such as solar thermal solutions for increased energy savings. It is ideal for large areas, entire homes and buildings, and new construction, and works well with any floor covering.
A high-performance radiant flooring system that is easy to install and affordable.
A cost-effective, energy-efficient installation method for new construction and new slabs.
One of the most common and effective installation methods for infloor radiant heating.
An elegantly simple system combining a subfloor and radiant panel that is easy to install.
The ultimate product for radiant underfloor heating applications.