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Wisconsin's Best Heating Contractors List the Benefits of In-Floor Heating March 10, 2016

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Wisconsin's Best Heating Contractors List the Benefits of In-Floor Heating, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin

In-floor heating has surpassed more traditional methods such as furnaces and wood stoves when it comes to being the most efficient way of heating your home. The professional heating contractors at Guelzow Heating & Air Conditioning Service know exactly why. Guelzow Heating & Air Conditioning Service has been providing the Wisconsin Rapids, WI, area with heating and AC installations and emergency heating and AC repairs for more than 60 years. Family owned and operated, this team of expert heating and air conditioning contractors know the industry well and are always up to date on the latest technologies and trends.

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In-floor heating, also known as radiant heating, tends to be favored over forced-air heating systems for a number of reasons.

  • Direct Heating: In-floor heating systems deliver heat right to your body and the objects in the room. With in-floor heating, you no longer have to wait for a room to warm to feel comfortable in it. It’s as if your floor is an electric stove top with the heat radiating out. There will be no more fear when it comes to climbing into a cold bed or peeling yourself out of it in the morning to start your day.
  • Anti-Allergenic: Since in-floor heating units don’t use forced air to heat the room, they eliminate the distribution of allergens. This means fresh air for you and your family and eliminates the chore of changing your air filter regularly.
  • Energy Efficient: Hydronic in-floor heating systems are liquid-based, making them perfect for homes in high electricity areas where monthly bills can be outrageous, as well as homes that are located off of the power grid. There is also a wide selection of energy sources that one can use to power their hydronic system. Standard gas, wood-fired boilers, solar water heaters, or any combination of these sources are all efficient ways to heat the water of your hydronic system.

Take it from the professionals at Guelzow Heating & Air Conditioning Service when it comes to delivering top-notch heating and air conditioning advice and services. If you are a resident in the Wisconsin Rapids area and are interested in learning more about in-floor heating or want to see more of Guelzow Heating & Air Conditioning Service’s products, visit their website, follow them on Facebook, or call (715) 423-1086 for your free estimate. Put your trust in Wisconsin’s most qualified and experienced heating contractors today.

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