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Depending on the structure of your home or the renovation there are several options to choose from for heated floors.
Most Popular: Radiant Floor Heating
Radiant heat offers you comfort choices. Warm your entire house or just problem areas like the kitchen, bathroom, basement, or entryway. Whichever you choose, you’ll be increasing your comfort today and your home’s resale value in the future. Multiple thermostats can control your comfort and your costs by allowing you to turn down the temperature in rooms that are not in use. If you want, you can have a thermostat in every room.
From new homes to renovations, Uponor Radiant Floor Heating is the perfect addition to any home. Uponor tubing can be installed in standard concrete or poured floor underlayment. PEX tubing installed between the joists is an easy application which is great for retrofitting a home for comfort. For any project, reliable Uponor Radiant Floor Heating is an investment in comfort.
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TYPES OF IN-FLOOR INSTALLATIONS
In lower levels, basements and garages, Uponor PEX tubing is tied to the reinforcing mesh before the slab is poured. Radiant floor is very easy and cost effective to install in concrete.
Poured Floor Underlayment
Uponor PEX tubing is installed over suspended wood floors and covered with poured floor underlayment.
Uponor PEX tubing is placed over the subfloor. The tubing rests in heat transfer plates. This is an alternative to lightweight concrete and is excellent for remodeling projects or additions.
Between the Joists
Uponor PEX tubing can be installed between the floor joists. Between the joist heating is perfect for remodeling projects, additions and for heating the upper floors of your new home. The electric underfloor heating systems are effective and keep the area warm for hours.
Many of our customers are recognizing the benefits of electric radiant floor heating.
Save time, money and energy with Heavenly Heat’s warming solutions. They are safe to use and keep the zone comfortably heated.
Radiant vs. Forced Air
The water in a radiant system has a capacity to transport energy 3,500 times greater than air, so it can heat (and even cool) using less energy than a forced-air system. This amounts to greater comfort at a lower thermostat setting, which provides lower energy bills. In fact, more people are comfortable with radiant floor heating at a lower thermostat setting than with forced-air heating at a higher thermostat setting.