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Radiant Heat: Efficiency And Aesthetics In One Tidy Package

Radiant heat delivers warmth differently than traditional forced-air heating. Cables or tubes installed underneath floors, behind walls or in ceilings gently and quietly radiate heat into rooms. Instead of heating the air in a room, such as in forced-air systems, radiant heating warms the objects in a room. Heated objects then radiate heat by convection into open spaces in the room.

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Tankless Water Heating: Need 2 Units, Or Will 1 Do?

Tankless Water Heating: Need 2 Units, Or Will 1 Do?Heating the water in a typical home can consume up to 20 to 30 percent of the energy used by the entire household. That number can be even higher in cold-weather climates like that of Connecticut. It really can get expensive if you’re using a traditional storage tank heater that loses heat as it sits in the tank waiting to be used.

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