www.infrafloor.com" title="InfraFloor Website">InfraFloor radiant floor heating solutions make it possible to invest in energy efficiency without sacrificing comfort. Compare InfraFloor heating with geothermal systems which are touted as the most efficient home heating and cooling systems. Geothermal systems cost $30,000-$40,000 to install and they blow warm air (convection heat), not the most comfortable or healthy way to heat a building...Its soothing radiant heat does not rely on blowing air through the ductwork so dust, dirt and allergens are not redistributed throughout the home or office. What's more, InfraFloor radiant heating is typically used to warm hard-surface floors including tile, marble, laminate, stone and engineered wood -- none of which harbor contaminants like carpet.
Not only does electric radiant floor heating by InfraFloor run off standard household electricity, it can be powered by all the alternative sources of renewable and sustainable energy: wind, hydro, solar, etc. Homeowners and building managers control their energy usage with InfraFloor's energy saving programmable thermostat specially designed for floor heating systems.
InfraFloor radiant heaters can be installed in individual rooms during new construction or as part of a remodeling project, a distinct advantage over hydronic floors and central heating systems. Zoning InfraFloor by room offers maximum opportunity to save energy by tailoring heat usage to specific room type and time of use. For example, with InfraFloor, a basement floor heating system can be easily subdivided into two separate heating zones: one for a home theater and another for a fitness center. It is highly likely that these two zones would be used at different times and heated to different temperatures thereby saving energy compared to heating the whole basement the same.
InfraFloor's energy saving technology affords everyone the opportunity to spend winter basking in the safe, soothing, healthy comfort of InfraFloor's infrared warmth. To learn more, visit http://www.infrafloor.com.
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