Radiant Floor Heating

When Should You Install Radiant Heating?

When Should You Install Radiant Heating?If you’re investigating radiant heating, you may have heard that it’s only possible to have it installed in warmer weather. That was the case when the heating mechanism had to be set into a freshly-poured concrete slab that had to cure.

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Should You Choose Radiant Flooring for Your Home?

Should You Choose Radiant Flooring for Your Home?With temperatures in the area cooling down, there’s no better time to start thinking about how to heat your Grand Traverse County home this winter. If you’re looking for something different from the typical forced-air furnace, consider having radiant flooring installed.

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How a Radiant Heating System Can Keep Your Michigan Home Toasty This Winter

How a Radiant Heating System Can Keep Your Michigan Home Toasty This WinterMost people think of forced-air systems when it comes to residential heating, but radiant heating has been used with great success for thousands of years. It’s a reliable and effective way to keep your home feeling nice and toasty, and in many cases, is more energy efficient. Learn about this kind of system, and the many advantages of using radiant heating to make your Northern Michigan home comfortable all winter long. 

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Radiant Heating: Optimal Comfort and Energy Efficiency

Radiant Heating: Optimal Comfort and Energy EfficiencyMany homes in Grand Traverse County have conventional heating systems that work by heating air and blowing this warmed air into the living spaces. Other homes in our area have systems using heated water piped along baseboards which will gradually warm the circulating air. Both of these systems rely on the movement of heated air. Another option, radiant heating, works on a different
process entirely.

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Not Sure How A Radiant Floor Heating System Works? Get The Facts

Radiant floor heating systems are a very effective alternative to traditional heating provided by furnaces and heat pumps. They work by supplying heat directly to the floor of the area being heated. Heat rises from the floor and is transferred from the warm surface directly to the room through a process called radiant heat transfer. A radiant floor heating system means you are living and working on a heated surface warm enough to provide heat even in climates that see many months of cold temperatures each year.

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