Fortunately, there are alternatives that would help you save energy and money, and ease the burden from the environment. When our clients in Buffalo, Monteticello, Elk River, Ramsey, Waconia, and Champlin ask us about alternative solutions for traditional heating systems, we recommend in-floor heating.
This system is relatively new but has gained popularity across the U.S. Several of our clients in Saint Michael, Mound, Maple Grove, Plymouth, and Anoka had already asked for hydronic heating system installations and have been very pleased with their overall performance.
What is Hydronic Heating?Hydronic heating uses hot liquid to create a warm and comfortable environment in every room. The hot liquid is pumped through baseboard heaters or radiators to increase its temperature, before it is circulated through plastic pipes in the floor. These pipes are usually placed in the floor joist system or concrete slab. They evenly distribute the heat across the room, without creating any cold and drafty spots.
Why Use this System?The radiant heating system is a great option for people who want to save money on energy bills. Here are some reasons why you should install it in your home:
- Even Heat Distribution – The pipes are strategically placed in the floor to deliver the right amount of heat evenly. You don’t have to worry about certain sections of your floor and the room being cold and other sections being too warm.
- Eco-Friendly – This system is eco-friendly and an essential aspect of green-building design. No harmful gases are being released into the air and massive amounts of energy aren’t being consumed to keep the temperature of your home comfortable.
- Economical – You won’t have to deal with soaring energy bills trying to keep your home warm. Energy is used only to heat the water or other liquid present in the pipes. In a properly insulated home, this heat lingers in the water for a long time so it doesn’t have to be heated as often. Naturally, this consumes less energy and results in lower energy bills.
Why Choose Us?Installing this system requires skill and experience and our experts possess both. We will make sure that pipes are laid strategically and they don’t leak. Our experts will choose the right materials and install a tried and testing system in your home. You’ll get excellent heating without having to pay hefty bills.
We at Right Mark will be happy to answer any questions you might have about hydronic heating or our other services. Feel free to give us a call at 952 758 6237 or 952 PLUMBER. You can also get in touch with us via our contact us form. We’ll reply as soon as possible.