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When the temperatures plummet, and sleet, snow and ice become increasingly common sights in Michigan, a radiant heating system will keep your home warm and inviting with great efficiency and little to no long-term maintenance. It’s usually best to consider a radiant heating system if you are building a new home, or undergoing a remodel of an existing house. Nonetheless, a heating expert can analyze your needs and devise a plan that works for your specific structure and budget, regardless of your plans for your new or existing residence.

Radiant heating systems are not limited to in-floor installation; in fact, heat can be directed to radiate from wall panels or even ceilings. Each of the various systems, however, operates on the same principle — the transfer of warmth from a hot surface to interiors via the basic radiation of heat.

Consumers can choose from several different types of radiant floor systems, including a below-floor system of electric cables (electric radiant flooring); heated water pumped from a boiler through tubes woven in a pattern beneath the floor (hydronic radiant flooring); and radiant air floors (where heated air is pumped through the flooring construction).

The advantages of radiant heat are numerous and include the following:

  • They are more energy efficient and therefore more cost-effective than baseboard units or forced-air systems, which can leak precious heat if the ductwork is not properly sealed.
  • Because most radiant heating systems do not involve the movement of air, they are a healthy choice for people who suffer from allergies exacerbated by airborne particulates.
  • Liquid-based (hydronic) radiant systems require little electricity and the savings will be reflected on your utility bill.
  • Radiant systems deliver consistent warmth throughout a home and can be powered with various energy sources, including boilers (gas-, oil- and wood-powered) and solar water heaters, making them an extremely flexible investment.

To learn more about the advantages of radiant heating systems, contact the experts at Aladdin Heating & Cooling. We understand the complexities of radiant heat and can clearly explain how these systems will save you money while providing optimal household comfort.

Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information about radiant floor heating systems and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.

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