Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an energy-efficient, quiet, and virtually invisible heating system?
There is! It’s called radiant floor heating, and it’s installed under your home’s flooring (or, rarely, in the ceiling or walls) so it works to heat your home from the ground up. Here are some of the perks of radiant floor heating
Cons of Radiant Floor Heating
You’re probably thinking it all sounds too good to be true. Are there any downsides to installing a radiant floor heating system? Unfortunately, yes. The cost of installing these systems is pretty high in comparison to purchasing other types of heating setups. Because they are usually much cheaper to run, though, you might consider the initial price of installation a trade-off for all of the perks you’ll enjoy with radiant floor heat.
If you have questions about radiant heat and other types of heating, or HVAC repair and installation, the Rochester HVAC Experts know everything there is to know and would be happy to help you.