At For Saving Inc., we design, build and install hydronic radiant floor heating system for both residential and commercial. Hydronic radiant floor heating is a system of heating your home by warm water underneath the floor. It is comparable to warming yourself in the sun with radiant heat.
Have you ever strolled barefoot along the beach on a sunny day and felt the warm sand underneath your feet? If so, then you have felt radiant heat. Objects absorb radiant heat until they are the same temperature as the heat source, after which the heat slowly escapes to other areas that are colder.
Comfortable, natural way of heating your house.
Cleaner than a forced-air system because you aren’t blowing dusty and dry air around.
More efficient. Hydronic radiant in-floor heating doesn’t heat the entire room space, focusing instead on the floor level up. Rooms or zones can be controlled independently.
Add resale value of your home as in-floor heating considered a premium heating method.
A hydronic radiant in-floor heating system consists of:
A heat source warms up water, usually, that’s a boiler or water heater.
Distributing piping system which allows warm water circulates through.
A thermostat allows you to control the water temperature by zone or room.
We use only a leak-resistant, non-toxic, high temperature, flexible piping called cross-linked polyethylene (PEX). PEX is durable tubing that doesn’t become brittle over time and isn’t affected by aggressive concrete additives or water conditions. PEX has been used in Europe since the 1970s and was introduced to North America in the early 1980s.
We are professional in design and install hydronic radiant in-floor heating system. Give us a call or submit our easy online form for free consultation.
Please call For Saving: 416-335-0881