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Why You Should Have Radiant Heat in Your Home



For homeowners seeking a truly luxurious and efficient heating experience, radiant heat stands out as the superior choice. Unlike traditional forced-air systems that circulate heated air through ducts, radiant heat directly warms objects and surfaces in a room, providing a more consistent and comfortable temperature throughout the space. This method not only eliminates the drafts and uneven heating associated with forced-air systems but also minimizes the circulation of allergens and dust, promoting healthier indoor air quality. Additionally, radiant heat operates silently, enhancing the tranquil ambiance of any home while ensuring an uninterrupted night’s sleep.

The following video explains why Radiant floor heating is healthier, energy efficient, and far more comfortable than forced air heating:

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Building Warmth from the Ground Up

A home builder must also be an architect of comfort; creating a safe environment that can protect while bringing calm and comfort to the fast-changing weather we experience in Colorado. Builders understand the intricacies of insulation, the importance of air sealing, and the delicate dance of keeping homes warm and energy-efficient. But when it comes to heating systems, the traditional forced air approach falls short.

Here’s where radiant heat steps in, offering a superior approach for a comfortable and efficient home perfectly suited for Colorado. We’ll break down the benefits of radiant heat for both builders and homeowners and explore why radiant heat should be a key addition to your Colorado construction toolkit, streamlining your building process and providing your clients with a truly innovative heating solution.

Why Radiant Heat Makes Builders Job Easier

  • Pre-Configured System: Radiant heating systems consist of radiant panels installed under the floor, connected to a boiler or heat pump. This streamlined design eliminates the need for complex ductwork, saving you time and labor during construction.
  • Unlimited Design options: With no air vents to worry about blocking and no wall radiators to limit furniture placement, you can design your home the way you want, with open spaces, large windows and any type of flooring. This allows for greater flexibility in room layouts and provides cleaner, more modern aesthetics.
  • Tailored Design plans: Some radiant heating manufacturers, like Warmboard, offer custom design services and heat loss analysis. This ensures you get a system perfectly tailored to the specific needs of your project, whether it’s a new build or a remodel.
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Why Homeowners Will Love Radiant Heat

  • Unmatched Comfort: Radiant heat warms objects in the room directly, creating a gentle, even warmth that rises naturally. Unlike forced air, which can cause hot and cold spots and dry air, radiant heat provides consistent, floor-to-ceiling comfort.
  • Fast response time: High conductive radiant panels can manage fast response time to accommodate for the wide range of weather and temperature changes for every season.
  • Expanded Flooring Options: Radiant heat can work with a variety of floor coverings, including tile, stone, hardwood, and even some engineered wood options. This allows homeowners to choose their preferred aesthetic without sacrificing comfort.
  • Long-Term Cost Savings: Radiant heating systems are highly efficient, translating to lower energy bills over time. Additionally, their durability and low maintenance needs contribute to long-term cost savings.
  • Healthier Home Environment: Radiant heat eliminates the dust circulation and allergens associated with forced air systems, creating a healthier environment for allergy sufferers or those with respiratory issues.
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Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling considering a heating system upgrade, radiant heat offers a compelling combination of comfort, efficiency, and health benefits. With its versatility in floor coverings and seamless integration with smart home technology, radiant heat elevates your home environment to a whole new level.

Local Expertise for your Radiant floor heat projects in Colorado

Colorado’s dry climate makes radiant heat an even more attractive option. Unlike forced air systems that can dry out the air further, radiant heat maintains a comfortable humidity level, enhancing overall comfort.

Reaching out to radiant heating specialists can provide valuable resources. These specialists can help you design and install radiant heating systems tailored to the specific needs of your projects and the unique climate of the Rocky Mountain region.

For more information about reliable radiant heating solutions, see these Warmboard Colorado projects and reach out to our local sales representative Larry Smart, who has been directly involved with the installation of nearly 2000 projects in Colorado alone.

By incorporating radiant heat into your next construction project, you’ll be offering your clients a superior heating solution that will enhance their quality of life and provide long-term value. This not only elevates the value of new homes but also positions you as a builder at the forefront of innovation and customer satisfaction.  So, consider adding radiant heat to your toolkit and experience the warmth of success in Colorado’s construction market.

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  • Warmboard

    Warmboard provides the industry’s best radiant floor heating systems for new homes and remodels. We use the latest technologies to bring a new level of energy efficiency and comfort to every room in the house, for all our clients.

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