Radiant Heating – Radiant Heat – Radiant Floor Heat
If you are considering radiant floor heat for your home, then it’s always best to do your homework.
There is no doubt in my mind that radiant floor heat is a healthier and more cost efficient radiant way to heat your home.
An energy-efficient in floor heating system should lower your energy bills and save you money. In fact, I’ve seen as much as a 50% increase in energy efficiency achieved with an accurately engineered in-floor heating system.
And since a radiant heat floor generally maintains a surface heat of 85-90 degrees, most people set their thermostat lower (65 degrees) instead of the average 72 degrees with forced air. Plus with lower heat air doesn’t become as dry or as statically charged.
Not to mention, you also get the added advantage of a quiet heating system that doesn’t ping or hiss, and you never have to look at those eyesores like heating registers, vents or baseboard heaters.
Yes, a radiant heat flooring system is certainly one of the most natural ways to create a cozy environment with a stable and efficient heat source.
Sadly, many homeowners aren’t aware of all the pitfalls that can occur when installing a radiant heat system. And, they often fall prey to inexperienced General Contractors who promise the world and fail to deliver.
It takes an experienced professional to design, install and test an in-floor radiant heat system.
That’s why … before you make any flooring decisions … and before you sign any contracts, you should really do your homework.
I’ve seen far too many nice people get let down or ripped off because they weren’t as informed about radiant heat as they should be.
That’s why I’ve put together a great resource for anyone who is contemplating a radiant heat flooring system.
This handbook, called: Radiant Heat – What You NEED to Know BEFORE You Sign That Contract will ensure that design, installation and testing problems don’t happen to you.
This handbook was specifically created for people who know nothing or very little about radiant heat. And, it will help you select the right radiant heat flooring system and show you exactly how to avoid the typical problems that can arise then a designer or installation crew makes a mistake.
In a moment, I’ll tell you exactly what this handbook contains, but before I do, let me tell you…
My name is Larry Lang, and for years I’ve been building, renovating and installing various types of in-floor heat systems.
And during that time I have perfected my knowledge and expertise and have helped dozens of homeowners to select and install the right radiant heat flooring system.
Which is the real reason I created Radiant Heat – What You NEED to Know BEFORE You Sign That Contract…
… Because, I’m sick and tired of seeing decent hardworking people get screwed by shoddy contractors who don’t know what they are doing… Read more…
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