How does radiant floor heating work?
The two most common types of radiant-floor heating systems are electric, using electric wires and hydronic, which uses hot water tubes — both of which are buried underneath the floor. Here’s how the two compare: Electric radiant-floor heating systems are easier and more affordable to install, but more expensive to operate, making them ideal for heating small areas. Hydronic systems are less expensive to operate, so they work well for large floor areas and even entire houses. The caveat is that they come with higher initial costs because they’re more complicated to install and require heated water from a boiler or a water heater.
TRS can assess your needs and room areas to determine your best floor heating solution.