15 Feb Five reasons you need heated floors in your house – resale, luxury, therapy, environmentally friendly and cost effective.
Wrapping your home in warmth with RadiantLink will build lots of positives into your home
At RadiantLink, we want to remove the ‘unknowns’ of infloor heating and show you how easy it is to build luxury, comfort, and a positive resale value into your home. Wrapping your home in warmth is what we do. We create the warmth which give you time to play. For more information between the differences between electric infloor and hydronic infloor check out our blog Hydronic floor heating vs electric floor heating
Building a solid resale plan into your home
Infloor heating has a value, and real estate agents understand this value. New listings for homes want items that make your home different and unique. With 70% of homes in Saskatchewan being built with furnaces, Infloor heating and wrapping your home in warmth will increase the value of your home at the time of resale. How much does infloor heating cost check out our blog How much does in-floor warming or radiant heating cost in Sk
Therapy of Infloor heating and infloor cooling
Building a new home or renovating is a good time to ask question about wrapping your home in warmth for the winter and in coolness for the summer. Enhancing the comfort of your home will help create the happiness you are looking for. In fact, the Danish secret to being the happinest of all countries has been linked to the creation of a cozy life. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/life/say-hello-to-hygge-the-danish-secret-to-happiness/
A cozy life starts with the home that you create. Wrapping the walls of your basement with warmth or embedding the pex piping into the concrete floor are two ways to get rid of the cold Canadian basement. See our blog for the Do-It-Yourself in wall heating system Do It Yourself Project – In-Wall Hydronic Radiant Heating
Create the luxury of Hydronic Radiant heating with less
RadiantLink is a luxury item at a cheapskate price. For less than $8000, you really can have warm floors in the basement, the garage, under the tiles in the bathrooms and kitchen, as well as a heated soaking tub. We specialize in creating 1500 square feet of warmth and coolness into your new home or your renovation. See our blog on our contractors who can get you a quote to install our system. Contractors who Install RadiantLink (In-Flooring Heating) in Regina, Saskatchewan and Region
Luxury does not have to cost a great deal–using the furnace and RadiantLink we can connect you to creating the comfort of luxury at a reasonable price.
RadiantLink connecting you to the luxury you deserve.
Environmentally Friendly benefits of RadiantLink
At RadiantLink we recognized the need to improve on the amount of water it takes to have a warm bath. The Government of Canada Natural Resource Canada website (www.nrcan.gc.ca) states that water heaters account for 19% of the energy used in the average Canadian home. We at RadiantLink have wrapped the tub with warmth to create an affordable comfort and a reduction of the need for hot water. Renovating your bathroom or building your new home with a smaller hot water heater just made the world a better place. For more information check our our blog 5 Ways In-floor heating can save the Planet
Cost Efficiency is yours to be had with Hydronic Heating.
Creating a home with a comfortable basement and garage using RadiantLink will also reduce your energy bills. Heating air takes a great deal more energy than heating a liquid like water. Connecting the furnace to the infloor heating system builds energy efficiency into your home. Having a conversation with your home builder or plumber is where it all starts. How much does in-floor warming or radiant heating cost in Sk
Do you have questions about the “unknowns” of infloor heating -reach us at [email protected] for all your questions.