A radiant system heats your home with radiant heat from hot water circulating in polyethelene pipes. These pipes, called BPEX pipes, can be installed in your floors, walls, or ceilings.
Radiant heating provides even heat, warming the walls, floors, and ceilings to a gentle 85 degrees—about the same temperature as the surface of your skin. When the surfaces around you become as warm as you are, your body temperature is able to find its natural heat balance.
Radiant heating eliminates the drafts and uneven temperatures inherent in forced air systems.
Heat Sources for Radiant Systems
Radiant heating systems require hot water which can be generated from a geoexchange system, boiler, or any hot water heating source.
Radiant Heating by Air Connection
Air Connection can design and install a radiant heating system for your home or office based on your building’s specifications. We will help you select the right radiant system for your energy requirements and ensure quality installation by certified mechanics.