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Radiant Heating Systems in Fort Wayne, IN
We’re accustomed to forced-air furnaces being the standard means of heating Fort Wayne, IN homes, and they provide reliable and efficient service in most cases. But they’re not the only type of heating system out there, and depending on your needs, you might do well with an alternative model. Consider, for example, the possibilities of radiant heating, which doesn’t rely on blown air to heat your home, but instead uses coils or tubes planted beneath the floor to warm the room directly through your feet and furnishings.
At Collier's Comfort we’ve installed, repaired and maintained radiant heaters throughout the Fort Wayne area, and we can help you select, install, service and repair a radiant heating system in your home. If such a system sounds like a good fit for your home, or you already have such a system in place and need the right service to take care of it, call us today: a company you’ve grown to trust!
Your Satisfaction with every job.
The workers were very courteous and hard working.
- Phil, Berne
Installers were knowledgeable. Job was completed in one day. Very happy with the quietness of our new system.
- John, Bluffton
Very respectful, courteous, helpful, and timely! Thank you!
- Karla, Fort Wayne
How Does Radiant Heating Work?
Radiant heaters, also known as in–floor heating, entail the placement of heated coils or tubes placed directly beneath the floorboards of your home. Heated water is pumped through them, moving heat directly through the floorboards and into the room instead of conveying the heat indirectly through the air.
The installation of in–floor heating requires a professional and here in Fort Wayne, you need someone with experience to do the job right. We can go over your options with you and let you know what kind of radiant heating system might be a good fit for your home. We’re ready to go when you are, so call us today to get the process started!
How Does Radiant Heating Benefit My Home?
In–Floor heating systems cost more to install, since the floors in your home need to be removed and replaced in order to install one. In exchange, however, they offer a number of tangible advantages. Radiant heating systems don’t cost as much to run as forced–air furnaces, since it doesn’t take much electricity to run the pumps and other components. And since much of the system is located in the space beneath your floors, it doesn’t suffer from much wear and tear.
On top of that, radiant heating systems eliminate a lot of the problems associated with forced–air furnaces, such as dust, germs and other contaminants blown through the home. Radiant heating systems don’t create drafts or cold spots either, and with regular care and maintenance can last you for many years!
Radiant Heating Installation, Maintenance & Repair
You might be in the market for a new heating system and want to do without the problems associated with a furnace. Or perhaps your home was built before the advent of air conditioning, which means it can’t support a system of ducts. We can handle the installation of a new radiant heater in your home no matter what the circumstances.
The same holds true for homes that already have radiant heating, and need a maintenance session or perhaps a repair job. We deliver high levels of quality and won’t rest until the job is done the right way!
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