Radiant in Residential

Contemporary colonial home features radiant floor heating

Mon, 08/05/2013 - 14:35

A contemporary colonial in the Merrimack Valley of New Hampshire has recently been listed for sale and it is wowing potential homebuyers with its quality features. The Merrimack Patch reported that the house sits on 3.19 acres of land in the Westover Hills subdivision.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house has a number of high-quality features like a two-story grand foyer and an open-concept floor plan. In addition the home also contains a home gym, finished basement, theater room and family room with wet bar. All of these spaces are intended for entertaining friends and family and to promote comfort and relaxation, which is why a radiant floor heating system was also installed. The eco-friendly utility solution is able to fill every corner of a home with warmth. Unlike traditional heating units that sporadically heat a space using baseboard units, radiators or vents, a radiant floor heating system has pipes evenly distributed around a room to provide warmth. 
A radiant floor heating system not only provides exceptional comfort for a homeowner, but also increases the operational efficiency of a house. The unit is energy efficient and allows a person to decrease how much oil or natural gas is required to control the temperature of a house. As a result, the buyer who purchases this colonial is assured that the utilities associated with running the property won't detract from the wonder of living in a rustic, country environment. 
The buyer of this property will be able to watch the snow flakes float down and coat the land from the comfort of his or her favorite chair in warm space - without worrying that the home is negatively impacting the environment or unfriendly to the budget.