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Radiant Heating Systems in Indianapolis, IN

Though forced-air systems are by far the most common way to keep a home warm during the winter, they are not the only option. Radiant heating systems, such as boilers and in-floor heating systems, offer a number of benefits, making them an excellent alternative to traditional forced-air systems.

Vital Heating & Air offers comprehensive radiant heating system services to homeowners throughout Indianapolis, IN and the surrounding community. Our service professionals are amongst the best in the industry and will work hard to ensure your satisfaction. All you’ve got to do is click or call today to find out more.

Contact the team at Vital Heating & Air today to schedule your radiant heating system services. Your Comfort is Vital!

What is Radiant Heating?

A radiant heating system is one where hot water runs through a terminal point inside a house, such as a radiator, baseboard heater, or in floor tubes. The water heats up the object, which then sends radiant heat energy into a room.

One of the most popular types of radiant heaters is the in–floor heating system. Water from a boiler moves through pipes that are set in a subfloor beneath the floor of rooms. This warms up the floor, sending an even spread of heat up into the living space. In-floor systems can be put into older homes but are best done as part of new construction. You can also ask us about electric radiant heating systems, which are just as effective and highly efficient!

The Benefits of Radiant Heating

There are plenty of benefits of having a radiant heating system installed in your home, including:

  • Energy efficiency: Water is a better thermal transference medium than air, so radiant heaters are more efficient at energy use. You can expect to save money every winter season thanks to a radiant heater.
  • Even heating distribution: Forced–air heaters blow air toward the top of the room, where it takes a while for it to spread through the rest of the space. But radiant heaters distribute their heat quickly and evenly.
  • Improves indoor air quality: The lack of ductwork in a radiant heater means that it doesn’t blow around dust and other debris lodged inside the ducts. This can make significant improvements to your home’s indoor air quality.
  • Exceptional comfort: The thermal energy coming from a radiant heating system simply feels "cozier," like being warmed directly by the sun.

We Offer a Wide Range of Services

Our team offers a wide range of radiant heating system services, including installation, replacement, repairs, and maintenance, so no matter what your needs are, we can help. All you have to do is contact us today to learn more or get started.