June 26, 2018
Keeping your home heated in winter can send your energy bills skyrocketing. There are plenty of tricks you can use to counteract this rise, such as installing a new thermostat, or replacing your air filter. Then there are more extreme measures. If you really want to heat your home more efficiently, while maintaining home comfort, …
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November 10, 2016
If you’ve looking for alternatives to a forced-air system, radiant heating is worth investigating. In areas of the country where winters are cold, some types of radiant heating can only be installed when it’s mild outside. Here in Orlando, it’s possible to install radiant heating anytime you choose.
November 26, 2015
Even in Orlando’s mild winters, it’s still nice to enjoy consistent heating and comfortably warm floors throughout the house. Radiant flooring can provide both of these things. Where Radiant Flooring Shines Radiant (or in-floor) heating systems have several advantages over traditional forced-air systems such as furnaces and heat pumps. More even heat – While forced-air …
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November 27, 2012
Are you looking for an alternative to heating your home with a furnace or baseboard heaters? Look no further than a radiant heating system. They are available in three major configurations: under-floor radiant systems, wall systems, and ceiling panel systems. In residential buildings, under-floor and wall systems are the most common. Under-floor systems can be further …
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January 12, 2012
Few Florida homes use a radiant system to heat the house. Most houses have a forced-air heat system. Forced-air heating can feel dry and uncomfortable on the skin. Radiant systems use a different heating method that is less forceful and gently warms the house from the floor up. Most radiant heaters are installed in the …
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