Radiant floor heating systems use a boiler and hydronic piping instead of air ducts to keep residential, commercial, and industrial properties warm. The lack of ductwork offers several advantages, like avoiding dust or air drafts. And with the piping kept underneath the floor, its ideal for facilities with limited space, especially because duct losses are a primary form of heat loss in central, forced air systems.
Finally, radiant heat is more evenly distributed, close by throughout the entire area, as opposed to wherever the air vents are. Because of these advantages, radiant floor heating is a very diverse, comfortable option for homes, businesses and industrial facilities. Howe’s commercial plumbers can install in-floor heating systems according to your specifications, delivering the perfect distribution of heat.