Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Radiant Heat = Lower Temperatures
In-floor radiant heat systems provide warmth in a unique way. While forced air and standard hydronic systems create convection currents to heat the air, radiant heat systems heat objects (floor, furniture, bodies, etc.). As a result, radiant heat systems can achieve the same comfort levels at lower air temperatures (generally 65°F to 68°F) than standard systems that are set at 70°F. Visit SupplyHouse.com for a full selection of radiant heat products.