Hydronic (liquid-based) radiant heating systems are the most popular systems we provide. They are ideal for large areas, entire homes and buildings, new construction, and snowmelt systems for outdoor use. These systems use little electricity, which is a benefit for homes in areas with high electricity prices or are off the power grid. Hydronic radiant heating works by running warm water through durable PEX or PERT tubing that is installed in the floor and is heated by a boiler, water heater, or additional ‘green’ options such as solar or geothermal solutions for increased energy savings. A boiler can run on… READ MORE
We are thrilled to be included in Plumber Magazine’s recent article highlighting hydronic radiant heating and boiler products. Infloor’s Radiant Trak was featured, among other great industry products from Bosch Thermotechnology, Taco, Watson McDaniel Co., and more.
The details, features, and characteristics of older homes makes them desirable to many people. The building designs are unique and one-of-a-kind, and of course, were built before many of the technology we use today. However, modernizing the heating system in these classic homes, while maintaining their allure, is easier than you may think.