Nampa Heating Repair, Installation & Replacement
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What is Radiant Heating?
A radiant heating system involves installing a connection of pipes to provide heat through panels in your walls or ceiling. Water-filled tubes or electric coils are used to transfer heat. Both methods produce the same results — warmer and more comfortable indoor temperatures.
Besides comfort, here are a few other benefits of radiant heating:
- Quiet operation. There is virtually no sound from water moving through tubes and there is no noisy furnace to contend with.
- Energy efficiency. The U.S. Department of Energy states that a radiant heating system can reduce heating bills between 25% to 50%.
- Improved air quality. Without the need for heat registers or floor vents that blow around dust and other household debris, you’ll notice allergy symptoms are reduced.
A radiant heating system can be installed in new builds or existing homes. Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning will plan and carry out the best method of installation to fit your needs.
How to Maintain Your Water Heater
Don’t let your showers run cold due to water heater neglect! One of the simplest and most effective ways to maintain your water heater is to simply drain the water tank at least once a year. Over time, sediment from sitting water develops at the bottom of the tank.
During the constant heating and cooling cycles your water heater undergoes, the sediment hardens into a thick layer on the bottom of the tank. This sediment layer acts as a buffer between the water and the heat source which means it takes longer to heat up water. Longer wait times, more energy use — both are bad for your wallet and water heater. By emptying the tank completely once a year, you’ll get rid of any built-up sediment.
Are you searching for reliable and experienced HVAC experts? Call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 800-0120 for all your home heating needs.