TECH MADE SIMPLE: Radiant Floor Heating
Ever since the Ancient Romans, and with the advent of electricity, radiant floor heating has become an increasingly common remedy for chilly autumn or winter mornings.
There are two types of radiant floor heating. Electric systems involve electric underfloor heating heats wiring beneath the floor to generate heat. Water-based systems run hot water through underfloor pipes.
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Radiant floor heating is great because it provides consistent heat coverage while consuming less energy than conventional heating. It’s also one of the most comfortable heat sources as it does not dry the air, as forced air systems tend to do.
While initial installation can be costly, in-floor heating requires virtually no maintenance and can be suitable for any room in the house.
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