Radiant Floor Heating

Radiant floor service.

Let’s make radiant floor heating part of the conversation for any New Jersey remodeling or new construction project. These elegant systems, hidden beneath the floorboards, provide comfort and cost-savings to every part of your home or business.

Radiant floor heating is like a ray of sunlight peeking through the curtains. Rather than warming the air, radiant heat directly warms the objects in a room. Our licensed heating and cooling specialists at Comfort Now have plenty of experience with installing these systems along the South Jersey Shore.

When would you consider radiant floor heating? Whenever you plan to tear up the floor! Maybe you’re redoing the kitchen or bathroom—add radiant heat. Choose between ceramic tiles, natural hardwood, vinyl, or even carpet for the flooring material.

Improve Your Air Quality With Radiant Heat

Air ducts are a convenient method to distribute conditioned air, but they tend to stir up dust and other allergens. Plus, small tears in your ductwork allow odors and other pollutants to infiltrate the airflow.

Radiant heating does not use ductwork, making it much friendlier on your indoor air quality than a forced-air system. Any family member who has asthma or allergies will breathe easier with radiant heat. Give us a call for a free consultation on your next healthy home project.

How does Radiant Floor Heating Work?

The warmth in your home comes from a series of pipes or electric panels installed underneath your floor. These pipes or panels radiate heat, which rises and naturally warms all the objects in each room.

Homeowners typically install electric or hydronic floors. Electric radiant heat relies on a series of heat-producing cables installed beneath the flooring. These systems heat a room within 30 to 60 minutes.

Because of the relatively high cost of electricity in most states, electric radiant heat works best as supplemental heating. These systems are a popular solution for bathrooms and other home additions. You can use programmable thermostats to tailor your heating preferences on a room-to-room basis.

Hydronic radiant heat works with a boiler to circulates water through winding pipes underneath your floors. We use PEX piping, a highly flexible, heavy-duty plastic. These pipes can be fitted to panels, snapped into grids, fastened to aluminum grips, or poured over with concrete.

Hydronic radiant floor heating offers a whole-home solution to your heating needs. These systems are especially popular with new construction projects—they operate whisper quiet and work well in our New Jersey climate.

Radiant Floor Heating Installation

Thinking of remodeling? Add radiant floor heating. Our specialist will work with you on a plan that fits your budget and needs.

Whether you want to start from the ground up with new construction or fit your new flooring into an existing home, Comfort Now has the tools and training to get the job done right. Be sure to ask about our flexible financing options and convenient application process.

Radiant Floor Heating Repairs

We use thermal imaging and other precision tools to pinpoint problems to save money and time, with minimal impact on your flooring. We’ll always let you know how we plan to tackle the job and what it will cost before performing a repair. We offer 24/7 emergency repair services to be there when you need us.

Radiant Floor Heating Maintenance

To cover all your heating and cooling maintenance, we offer our customized Comfort Now CN Club maintenance plan designed to offset the cost of tune-ups, repairs, and other services. Our certified professionals will keep an eye on all your home equipment, catching minor issues before they turn into costly repairs.

Call Us for Your Next Healthy Home Project

Partner with our knowledgeable professionals at Comfort Now by Bob McAllister on your next Cape May Court House, NJ, healthy home project. From radiant heat to ductless systems, we offer solutions that fit your budget. Call us at 609-400-1005 or request service online today.


Need Radiant Floor Service?

Contact the experts at Comfort Now by Bob McAllister.

Call us at 609-400-1005!