You don’t have to rely solely on forced air heating to keep your building warm. Concrete flooring is ideal for radiant heating because of its thermal characteristics. As the concrete slab is laid, it is transformed into a radiator or source of heat by installing tubes that circulate hot water or electrical heating elements. If you are based in Bottineau, ND, and need more information, then look no further than Frueh Construction. Call us now at 701-693-5765.
Because no air is blown through dusty or dirty ducts, which can circulate airborne pollutants, radiant heating is healthier than standard forced air heating. People with breathing issues, such as asthma or allergies, can greatly benefit from dust-free heating. Installing a decorative concrete floor instead of a carpet can help improve the air quality in your building.
With its energy efficiency and graft-free heat, concrete radiant in-floor heating has significant environmental advantages over other types of heating systems. Lower thermostat settings can improve thermal comfort while also improving interior air quality. For radiant heating, geothermal and solar heat sources can be used. Heating systems that employ PEX tubing reduce water waste and provide better insulation than those that use copper tubes while also delivering hot water more quickly. Concealing ductwork requires less construction material and results in a more usable living space in smaller locations.
Radiant heating provides a quiet, even heat source for your building. You may finally get rid of those unpleasant hot and cold zones in your building. If you are based in Bottineau, ND, and need more information, then look no further than Frueh Construction. Call us now at 701-693-5765.