Our Affiliations

Radiant Heating

Automatic Radiant Heating is the best way to heat your home, and it can also be one of the MOST efficient ways to do it. Our radiant heating systems are always designed around the "Continuous Circulation" principal. The water in a radiant heating system is heated by solar energy, a fuel fired boiler, or geo- thermal energy. The water is circulated through a series of radiant heat emitters. This can be a floor, wall, steel or cast iron radiator, ceiling, concrete sculpture, almost anything. The heat leaves the water and moves to any region that is colder than the radiant surface. As long as the water is kept moving, the heat can be given off in small, controlled increments. The end result is almost no change in the room temperature. If you don't feel cold and you don't feel hot, guess what - You're COMFORTABLE!

Our Radiant Heating specialties are many, but here are a few of our premiere products:

  • Roth USA - Radiant Panel Subfloor systems.
  • WarmBoard - Radiant Panel Subfloor systems
  • Buderus - Radiant Wall Panel Radiators
  • Dianorm - Radiant Wall Panel Radiators
  • Runtal USA - Radiant Panel Baseboard, Radiators, & Towel Radiators
  • Myson - Decorative Radiators
  • Vasco - Decorative Radiators
  • Imperial - Victorian & Period Style Decorative Radiators
  • Epoca - Victorian & Filigree Decorative Cast Iron Radiators
  • Oventrop - Thermostatic Radiator Valves & Zone Valves
  • Caleffi - Radiant Heating & Hydronic controls

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Why Automatic?
The first home heating & hot water systems at the turn of the century were mostly fired by coal or wood. Usually, the heating systems were tended by the lady of the house or the home’s caretakers. Less than 100 years ago, refined oil and natural gas became available to the public for use in heating their homes. The systems that became available to the public were now able to be run on fuel piped or stored right on the property. No more stoking of the coal grate, or splitting and stacking wood. All a homeowner had to do was turn up that "new fangled" thing called a "Thermostat". Homes were warmer, people were more comfortable, and no one had the job of tending to the heat anymore. These systems were referred to, marketed as, and sold as "Automatic Heating Systems". They were reliable, efficient, and comfortable. Although the systems of today are more sophisticated, the same maxims are still present: Reliability, Efficiency, and Comfort. All equally important, and all equally desired by the end user of any Automatic system.