Efficient Heating & Cooling From Under Your Feet
Hydronic Radiant Floor Heating & Cooling
Hydronic radiant floor heating is the best option for whole house or building heating. It uses water as the heat transfer medium to give the most efficient method of heat transfer in a building available.
Radiant’s unsurpassed comfort is due to the location of the heat source and the method of heat transfer. With the floor as the heating surface the person feels slightly warm on the feet and neutral on the body with no drafts or fan noise. Radiant heat transfer heats the objects in the room including the furniture and the person, not the air. This allows for a heating curve near the theoretical ideal and not a hot ceiling and a cold floor.
Radiant systems are more design friendly. With no ductwork, soffits or registers to consider, radiant systems give total architectural and interior design flexibility. A radiant home or building is a healthy home or building. With no dust, allergens or pollutants blowing around a radiant system is healthy and completely silent.
Completely Silent System
20-50% More Efficient Than Forced Air Systems
Adroit Patented Technology Radiant-Mat Radiant Floor
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How Hydronic Radiant Floor Heating & Cooling Works
Water Is Heated
The water is heated by a high efficiency gas boiler, solar thermal system or ground source geothermal heat pump system.
Heated Water Pumped Through Embedded Tubing
The heated water is pumped through tubing embedded in or attached to the underside of the floor.
Heat Radiates From The Floor
The floor acts as the heating surface as heat is transferred from the water. The heat radiates from the floor which warms the entire room in a silent and efficient way.
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Engineering & Design
Our team of licensed Professional Engineers (PEs) and architects cover a large spectrum of innovative design solutions.Learn More
- “Net Zero” Energy Design
- Feasibility Studies
- Solar Photovoltaic Design
- Solar Thermal Design
- Hydronics Design
- Accurate EnergyPro Building Modeling (Specialization in Renewable Energy)
- Reports and Compliance Support for 2012 Title 24
- Plumbing Design
- HVAC Design
- Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
- Solar Hot Water
- Solar Cooling
- Solar Process Heating
- Solar Hot Water for Pools
- Ground Source Geothermal
- Solar Cogeneration and Tri-generation
- Fuel Cell Cogeneration
- Electric Radiant Heating
- Hydronic Radiant Floor Heating & Cooling
- High Efficiency HVAC
- High Efficiency Boilers & Water Heaters
- Building Automation & Controls
- System & Energy Monitoring
- Demand Charge Reduction