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Who Doesn't Like Toasty Warm Feet?!

Updated: Jul 11, 2019


Radiant in-floor heating system is the preferred method for most new homes. This puts the heat precisely where its needed allowing the home to be more energy efficient.


In comparison, the forced air method needs to heat the furnace between 65-75 degrees celsius in order to heat a room effectively, whereas in-floor heating only need to operate at less than 29 degrees celsius.


Furthermore, the maintenance of forced air requires duct cleaning to ensure the residents are breathing in clean air not dust.  With the in-floor hydronic system there is no ductwork involve eliminating such maintenance along with unsightly bulk heads saving space and incorporating a more sleek and modern design.












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