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Why Radiant Heating Deserves Your Consideration

Forced air heating is probably the most popular residential heating method out there. This type of heating includes systems such as furnaces and heat pumps. However, there are other options which are well worth your consideration, including radiant heating in Holladay, UT. If you are thinking about investing in a new home heating system, it is important that you consider any and all available options. You just may find that there is a heater out there that suits your needs and preferences, but which you just have not encountered before. Read the following information, and schedule service with Design Comfort if you decide that residential heating is right for your home. 

What Is Radiant Heating?

Radiant heating entails the direct application of heat to walls and floors in one’s home. This is accomplished in a couple of ways. Some homeowners may choose to use electric radiant panels in the walls, or cables under the floors, in order to provide heat. This is a convenient option, but you should keep in mind the price of electricity and what that can mean for your heating bills. Another option to consider is hydronic heating, in which a boiler heats water, and that water circulates throughout the house and heats the floor from beneath, or utilizes baseboards to distribute radiant heat.

Benefits of Radiant Heating

Radiant heating is beneficial in a few ways. You won’t have to worry about having ductwork installed in your home, nor will you have to worry about ductwork developing leaks or cracks, which can lead to inefficiency. Plus, because there is no air being blown into your home, you won’t have to worry about dust, dirt or other pollutants being stirred up and dragging down indoor air quality. If all of this sounds like an option that you’d like to pursue, let the home heating professionals on our staff know today.

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