Commercial Radiant Heating Saves Money—Bottom-line
Commercial radiant heating works from the bottom up, meaning that warmth is distributed through pipes in the flooring and spreads upwards. With a typical forced-air system, heating occurs from the top down. If you think about it, your customers and employees work and play on the lower level—where the heat is needed the most, especially in the Twin Cities and Western Wisconsin area.
The experts at Anderson Heating have been installing and maintaining radiant heating system for years, so we can easily add them to your retail or commercial space. The system requires a heating element such as a boiler, which then pumps water through small pipes into rooms, offices, or service areas.
Benefits of a Boiler and Radiant Heating System
Boiler systems combined with radiant heat provide several benefits including:
- A clean and dust-free environment, which can be a major selling point for a commercial establishment
- Reduced noise compared to a forced-air furnace
- Reduced energy usage
- Consistency in temperature
While this system is typically a new construction option, the certified technicians at Anderson Heating can also perform retrofits.
Geothermal Systems Also Offered by Anderson Heating
A geothermal unit or heat pump transfers heat from the ground into your business. You may not be aware of it, but the temperature underground is very consistent, so it can be tapped to heat your commercial property during winter and cool your facility during the summer. Our NATE-certified professionals have experience in installing, repairing, and maintaining these systems.
Commercial Customers Love Anderson Heating
Our owner, Don, was involved in commercial construction for many years, so he gets the crazy hours, deadlines, and dedication it takes to fulfill customer commitments, along with the pressure of owning a business or investing in a commercial property.