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What Are the Benefits of Radiant Heating?

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When winter comes to Connecticut, it can come in hard. That is why you need to know that your home heating system is going to be able to get the job done right when the time comes to heat your home. Scheduling your heating services with us will ensure that this is the case.

If you are in need of a new heating system, either in a new property or to replace an existing heater that is past its prime, consider the use of radiant heating in Farmington, CT. Radiant heating has some unique benefits to offer homeowners. Read on to learn a bit more about them.

  • Efficiency: Radiant heating systems do not use ductwork, and that means that there is no risk of wasting energy via leaky ducts in your home. Those types of leaks may not result in a 100% loss, as the conditioned air winds upĀ somewhere in the house. However, it does impede the even and effective distribution of heat, so you will use more energy in cooling your home as your system tries to balance temperatures. By heating the floor or walls in your home directly, and allowing heat to radiate out to objects in the room, a radiant heater helps to boost efficiency.
  • Air Quality: Energy loss via leaks is not the only problem associated with ductwork. When you use a forced air heating (or cooling) system, you run the risk of distributing pollutants throughout your home via the ducts meant to keep it comfortable. Plus, the blowing air itself can kick up dust and dirt in the house, resulting in further compromising of the air.
  • Reliability: Radiant heating systems, be they electric cable systems or hydronic systems, use fewer moving parts than forced-air heating systems do. This in and of itself is enough to help make the systems more reliable, as they simply have fewer moving parts to break down. Heat your home consistently and dependably with a radiant heater.

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