The concept of “radiant floor heating” or under-floor heating has been used for centuries. It can be traced back to the Romans who used a hypocaust, which was a system that heated homes with hot air under the floors. Under-floor radiant heating also has a long history throughout Asia.
Hydronics is simply the use of water to transfer [heat] from one medium to another. For many contractors, offering these services has extended a worthy return on investment. GETTING INVOLVED The big question for most contractors is whether hydronics will be a viable addition to their businesses, especially considering first-cost obstacles that may seem too steep to overcome. For many, location is key. “I became involved with hydronics in 1995, when I went to work for my father’s company selling Infloor Heating Systems as a manufacturer’s representative,” said Michael Wilburn, president, Infloor Heating Systems, Buena Vista, Colorado. “I also worked for… READ MORE
We are here in beautiful Las Vegas at the 2017 AHR Expo and are exhibiting in the North Hall, booth #N11810. Our president Michael Willburn and Sales Director Scott Clark are here to meet and greet customers personally and discuss the benefits, features, and installation options for Infloor Heating Systems. They can also answer any questions you have about the set-up and operation of these systems. If you have a technical question, or are just plain curious about radiant heating, be sure to stop by and say hi. They know everything there is to know about hydronic and electric heating systems,… READ MORE