Radiant in Residential

Nova Scotia housing development to include units with radiant heating

Wed, 03/28/2012 - 10:13

A new housing development in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, is entering the final phases of construction, as the real estate company that is building the units is installing the last appliances and fixtures while applying the final touches, The Queens County Advance reported.

According to the news outlet, the contractor looked to add energy efficient products and limit the size of the units in an effort to provide the future owners with a long-term cost-friendly residence that would require only small operating expenditures over the course of their ownership.

The Advance reported that the new energy efficient offerings will cater to people who are looking to use their monetary resources elsewhere, as the technology that is used helps to lower monthly bills and frees up cash for the family.

The type of insulation that the houses are built with helps to lower the heating costs, as this new product is used in conjunction with a radiant heating system. According to the news outlet, the customer can expect to see savings immediately, and this is especially important due to the long winters that Nova Scotia endures.

While radiant heating systems help to lower the costs that a homeowner may have, certain products are more effective than others.

A Warmboard radiant heating system is one product that provides both a fantastic level of comfortable warmth for a family and helps to limit the monthly heating bills.

Winter mornings and cold spring nights become less of a burden for individuals, as they are greeted with warm floors and a noticeable level of heat, and they do not have to worry about the associated energy costs. Along with the lowered heating bills, they also will not have to hear the system operating, ensuring for a peaceful experience.