Radiant in Residential

PA colonial wows with radiant floor heating

Tue, 06/18/2013 - 09:23

Homebuyers in Conway, Pennsylvania, are in store for something special if they take a look at a property recently listed for sale. The Conway Daily Sun reported that a house is located in at the end of a dead-end street in Cranmore Shores. The house was built in 2005 and features the traditional elements of a colonial-styled home and the modern amenities many homebuyers are looking for.
The 3,094-square-feet of living space is heated with radiant floor heating to boost the comfort a homeowner will feel in any of the rooms in the house. The system allows a homeowner to promote a feeling of relaxation in the space because there is a lack of cold floors that can be jarring or random cool spots because of an uneven heat dispersion.
Radiant floor heating is largely considered a positive home feature because it is both economical and promotes luxury. The news source reported that the radiant floor heating feature of the house is one of the premier highlights. The eco-friendly option allows a homeowner to reduce his or her monthly expenses. Because the system uses energy more effectively, less oil or natural gas is consumed, which decreases heating bills associated with the home. In addition, the utility option uses thermal and radiation principles to reduce the risk of heat loss. 
A homeowner looking for a traditional home that has been updated to include all of the modern amenities may want to consider the benefits of this property or ones with a similar design. More and more colonial-styled homes are featuring radiant floor heating because of the numerous benefits of the utility option.