Our hydronic heating system consists of a Rinnai tankless water heater connected to a Rinnai or RedZone hydronic furnace. With a thermal efficiency of up to 97%, this matched combo offers a real “green” solution that can dramatically lower home heating costs.
Here are a few reasons why we’re a reliable choice for answering any questions you may have and providing you with quality delivery and installation:
- ClimateCare is Canada’s largest heating and cooling co-operative and is owned by our members.
- In order to become a ClimateCare member, our contractors must have all necessary licenses and certifications, and must pass our rigorous screening process. We do this in order to guarantee you the best service across the board.
- Contractors who become part of ClimateCare must also undergo continuous training and are dedicated to consistent technical excellence.
- ClimateCare members provide customers with a commitment to meeting their needs and building long-term relationships a wide range of choice in products from quality brand names, convenient financing options, and maintenance and protection plans.
Let us help you with any questions you might have about a hydronic heating system and whether or not it’s the right choice for your home. Request a quote and see why we’re a breath of fresh air!
Radiant floor warming quietly and continuously warms the room by constantly circulating warm water through pipes located beneath the floor. By warming the entire floor, it efficiently raises the temperature of everything in the room. You can actually lower your thermostat setting while enjoying the same level of comfort and reducing your heating bills by up to 30%.
“Wet” installations are most common in new homes and consist of pouring concrete over PEX pipes installed in the floor space. When the system is operating, the warm water circulates through the pipes and distributes it evenly throughout the floor and to everything in the room.
A “dry” installation is commonly used when a poured floor just isn’t practical. In this case, PEX pipes are placed in the joist space or underneath a suspended wood floor. Warm water circulates through the pipes and warms the floor above it. In the absence of the concrete used in the “wet” installation method above, heat transfer plates may be used with PEX pipes to help distribute heat evenly.