Group provides Radiant and Alternative Energy Solutions
that meet your needs!
have been successfully integrating radiant systems into commercial, retail,
industrial and residential environments since 1964. We back our products
100% by providing unmatched engineering expertise, project specific customized
design, complete system drawings, all parts and components necessary for
installation and full technical support after the sale. Our experts
can integrate radiant heating systems with renewable energy sources such
as solar thermal and geothermal. We take pride in being able to customize
our process to the needs and considerations of our clients, be they building
owners, homeowners, architects, contractors or developers.
heating and alternative energy are a natural compliment to each other.
We have the experience and expertise to design and implement your integrated
floor heating can be extremely cost-effective and comfortable. Hot
water radiant floor heating, or hydronic systems, are the most cost-effective
systems for homes or buildings in heating-dominated climates. Hydronic
systems heat water in a boiler and pump the heated water through tubing
underneath floors. Most find radiant floor heat to be one of the most comfortable
types of heating, because heat is evenly distributed from the floor, warming
up the feet and body first. The benefits to radiant floor heating are numerous
and include increased levels of comfort due to the silent operation
of the system. Radiant floor heat eliminates drafts and dust problems associated
with forced air systems. Additionally, radiant floor systems (radiant floor
heat or under floor heating) are invisible.
systems are now being used with sustainable building. Geothermal heating
systems use stored heat from the earth's crust in conjunction with heat
pump technology to move and amplify heat instead of making heat.
Geothermal systems are available in forced air or hydronic units, making
them quite versatile for use in a radiant floor heating system. Radiant
is becoming more popular because it is more efficient as a delivery method
when compared to forced air and is more comfortable. If you are heating
a room with forced air there is generally not a consistent temperature
in that room and with geothermal heating the air being forced is not as
warm as traditional forced air. If you are using geothermal heating
you will be more comfortable using it with radiant heating. A geothermal
system can save 50-75% of the heating bill per year. There
are several different ways to put radiant heating into the floor and all
are generally compatible with a geothermal system.
radiant heat, you feel comfortable at a lower thermostat setting, so your
bills will be lower…a major plus! Radiant Floor Heating offers Temperature
Zone Controls which can reduce the amount of heat flowing to unused