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Radiant Heating – All Hype or the Real Deal?

Radiant Heating - All Hype or the Real Deal?

When you contact a local heating and cooling company for heating installation or replacement, you're probably aware of the fact that you have options. Although many homeowners make the choice to stick with a traditional forced air system, it's often only because it's the only system they're familiar with.

Yet, as a consumer and a homeowner, you should learn more about the options you have so you can make the selection that's the most beneficial to your unique situation. Not all homes are the same and not all homeowners have the same needs.

That being said, don't settle for just what you think you're supposed to have when it's more important to choose what works best for you. Find out more about radiant heating and how it can help your household.

Learning More About Why Radiant Heating is Beneficial

While radiant heating is becoming more common, did you know that as much as 90% of homes in the US are still heated by forced air systems? It's the devil we know, so to speak, because it's not usually the best option for heating homes, but it's still the main option homeowners choose.

So what are some reasons why homeowners should consider radiant heating?

  • Energy-efficient
  • Cost-effective
  • Room Zoning
  • Cleaner Air
  • Less Dust

What's it All Mean for You?

Above all else, opting for radiant heating is more energy-efficient because it offers a better quality and even distribution of heat. Instead of warming the air and then distributing that throughout the rooms, radiant heating warms the people and objects in a room, much the way the sun does.

The good news is that a more energy-efficient system means lower utility costs and a more Eco-friendly system. Plus, the ability to use room zones means each area can have the ideal temperature which also makes it more user-friendly.

Without the traditional duct system in place that forced air systems rely on, it means no dirty ductwork for cleaner indoor air quality. That also means less dust for a cleaner home!

Working With an Industry Expert

Getting the information and the service you need in order to make a good choice about your home heating system starts with the professional you select. When it comes to finding a Fairfield plumber, contact our team at Steve Basso Plumbing, Heating & AC, LLC.

We take this line of work seriously and we're dedicated to providing customer satisfaction. Call us today to find out more about the options you have.

If you are looking for a Fairfield plumber or HVAC contractor, please call us today at 203-335-0224 or complete our online request form for an in-home consultation.