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Radiant Heating Systems in Reno, NV

Are you having trouble keeping your Reno home warm when it counts? You might want to consider radiant heating. Radiant heating uses a network of equipment in the walls or subfloor of rooms throughout your home to radiate heat out into the living spaces.

Radiant heating systems are more energy efficient, cost effective, and they’re a lot easier on your home’s indoor air quality. You can contact our professionals to learn more about radiant heating systems and how they can work for your home. Radiant heaters need professional service. An amateur can’t provide you with the work that you really need to keep you warm during a cold Reno night.

We help homeowners improve the Comfort, Safety, Efficiency, and Health of their home. Contact our team today to schedule radiant heating services in Reno, NV and the surrounding area.

What Is Radiant Heating?

So what exactly is radiant heating? Radiant heating is a system that distributes thermal energy by transmitting the heat in your home through solid objects. This is the opposite of forced-air heating systems like furnaces.

There are two common types of radiant heating systems—electric and hydronic systems. Electric furnace systems use coils powered by electricity to distribute heat and hydronic heating uses the source point as a boiler. Many people prefer radiant heating because of its superior comfort. Radiant heating feels more like the sun shining down on you on a warm summer day rather than hot air blowing down on you. Contact our team today to learn more.

Radiant Heating Installation

We offer a few different types of radiant heaters to accommodate everyone’s heating needs. You can come to us for the following:

  • In-Floor: In-floor heating is exactly what it sounds like, a heating system that heats your home from underneath the floor. Most radiant heating systems are either piped through your home in-wall or in-floor. In-floor heating is great because it radiates up from the floor and provides superior comfort.
  • Electric: Electric radiant heating systems are great for a home where hydronic heating isn’t viable or where natural gas isn’t available. These systems cost a bit more to run but they can definitely be worth it if you want more efficient heating.
  • Hydronic: Hydronic heating systems use a boiler as their source. The boiler heats your water and transmits heat throughout your home through a network of piping that circulate the hot water.

If you’re interested in radiant heating, contact a professional in our team.

Heating Repair and Maintenance

Radiant heating is often a newer concept to most homeowners who are interested in it. We can be by your side every single step of the way to ensure that the radiant heater you’re interested in is the best system for you.

We’re a decorated team of professionals here at Home Energy Experts. We’ve received the 2011 NCI (National Comfort Institute) Contractor of the Year Award, the 2015 NCI Contractor of the Year Award, the 2018 Lennox Training Excellence Award, and the 2018 Lennox Premier Dealer Award. We know what we’re doing, and we’re committed to providing stellar service. We’re also NATE and ENERGY STAR certified. Turn to our team when you’re interested in making a change in your home.