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Salt Lake City Radiant Heat Installation Options
When it comes to deciding what type of heater you want in your home, there are several different options. Radiant heat is a popular choice among homeowners in our service area because it represents an alternative to the furnace, which, as a forced–air distribution system using ductwork, can often lead to dry and stuffy air within the home. Once you’ve narrowed it down to radiant heat, however, there are still further considerations. Most importantly, make sure that your radiant heat installation is carried out by a Salt Lake City radiant heat specialist from At Your Service Plumbing, Heating & Air.
- Boiler. What type of boiler do you want? You can install a gas or electric boiler, which can create either hot water or steam. Each type has its own advantages. A high efficiency boiler may be able to save you a significant amount of energy in the long term.
- Radiators. Next, you have to consider how that hot water or steam will heat your home. A popular option is the use of a network of radiators that heat individual rooms. Because radiant heat raises the temperature of objects and surfaces, radiators can be highly effective when properly installed.
- In–floor and in–wall piping and panels. If you want to take your heating to the next level, then you may want to consider having a radiant heat system that uses a boiler to heat the floors or walls of your home. This is typically done during the building of a new home or an extensive renovation or addition, but it can be retrofitted as well.
Salt Lake City Radiant Heat Replacement Services
The line between repair and replacement is not often clear–cut. Short of a major and permanent breakdown, there are other indications that your radiant heat system is ripe for replacement. Keep an eye on your energy bills, especially if your system is old. You may be able to save on energy in the long term by upgrading your boiler. Another indication is frequent repairs. If you find that you’re paying too much to constantly repair your boiler, radiators, or piping, then you may want to invest in a new system. Call At Your Service Plumbing, Heating & Air today for radiant heat replacement services in Salt Lake City, UT.