It may seem silly to begin thinking about heating systems already, but with a project such as radiant heating installation, the sooner you think about it the better. This is because installation is best done during new home construction. This doesn’t mean it can’t be installed in your already existing home; just that pre-construction makes the process easier.
Radiant floor heating has become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reasons. Of course, due to the layout and level of professionalism required for the installation of radiant floor heating, it’s vital that you hire technicians with specialized experience, such as the members of our team. Keep reading to learn more about radiant heating and why you should consider this installation.
How Does Radiant Heating Work?
This is a method of heating where heat is radiated through your house in order to warm objects directly, such as the surfaces of your home. As a result, you and your family receive even, effective heating that results in overall comfort for everyone who occupies the space.
There are a few different methods in how to install radiant heating, and one method might be right for you while another is not. Some people may opt for radiant panels installed behind their walls, while other might prefer hydronic flooring systems which requires a boiler. Our professional technicians will help you make an informed decision.
What Are the Benefits?
- Comfortable Heat: The heat given off from a radiant system is gradual and comfortable. This is because it radiates thermal energy instead of blowing in forced-air to restricted locations throughout your home.
- Quiet Operation: All home comfort systems make noise, and radiant heating systems are no exception. However, these systems are considerably more quiet than their forced-air counterparts as all you’ll hear is the boiler—should you choose that type of radiant heating installation.
- Good Indoor Air Quality: Radiant heating systems are closed, and therefore do not circulate dust and other potential allergens and pollutants the way that a forced-air system does.
To schedule your radiant heating installation in Rio Rancho, NM, contact Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration today!