There is virtually no limitation to the type of building that can be heated with RADIANT FLOOR HEAT. Homes, offices, warehouses, workshops, schools, and animal confinement buildings are all currently being heated with this energy efficient method. Individual room control is easily accomplished with the use of zone valves and thermostats. Any fuel capable of heating water to a temperature of 120 degrees can be used, including natural gas, LP, electricity, wood, coal, fuel oil, waste oil, solar, and even hot springs.
Radiant heating can be installed in a single room or throughout your home. There are no heaters, radiators or vents--giving you more design freedom and open space. It's a great choice for today's open floor plans, especially in areas with high ceilings
Having room-to-room control is easy to do with multiple thermostats. This allows you to adjust temperatures in a single room or a group of rooms, based on activity and usage levels.
Typically designed in conjunction with radiant heating, radiant cooling systems circulate cooled water through the same network of pipes where warm water circulates during the heating season. This network of pipes can turn the floors, walls and ceilings of a conditioned space into cooled surfaces that evenly absorb heat energy.
Radiant cooling may handle the entire cooling load or be used to cover the base loads in traditional cooling applications. Since radiant cooling solutions can improve air quality, they are ideal in buildings such as hospitals and nursing homes where air quality is critical.