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How it Works

The Technology of Radiant Heat in Action

Both electric and hydronic In-floor heating systems have their merits. Electric Systems are generally easier to install and maintain, but due to the relative high cost of electricity, these systems are typically geared towards smaller, more specific applications. The installation for Hot Water systems tend to be a little more involved,

as there are many parts and options to consider, but these systems are highly flexible and efficient, and as such, are much more practical for heating larger areas. However, Janes Radiant designs and pre-assembles Hot Water systems for all sorts of applications, taking much of the difficulty out of the at-home installer's hands.

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Electric vs. Hydronic

Gas Boiler/Electric Boiler

The choice between a gas and electric boiler depends heavily on your application and the region of your installation. If you live in an area where natural gas is available, that might be a good choice for your boiler, as it is generally a more economical fuel source. If you live in an area where only processed gases like propane are available, an electric boiler may be the right choice for you.

Pex-A Tubing

PEX is an abbreviation for cross-linked polyethylene. The cross linking takes place on a molecular level during the extrusion process. The -A refers to this specific process of extrusion which results in an exceptionally durable product with a high tolerance to both temperature and pressure.


Natural gas, propane, and electricity are common fuel sources for radiant heating systems. Geothermal heat pumps are becoming more and more popular as well. Some less common fuel sources used are recycled oil, heating oil, and wood.

Why Radiant Heat?

Installing one of our pre-assembled radiant heat packages is extremely easy regardless of your experience with construction or remodels. All of our packages come with highly detailed installation guides and excellent customer support to make sure there are no snags in your installation process.

Still Curious?

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information regarding Janes Radiant heating solutions.

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