Radiant Heating – Keep those toes warm!

Other than ceilings, the floors are the largest surface of the house. Our concrete and wood flooring may be installed over any number of radiant heating systems including hydronic radiant heating floor and in-slab systems, thereby saving you energy.

The floor planks have been lab tested to 80˚C/176˚F and then cooled to room temp; the panel change dimension was 0.009% (so it really didn’t move). It should be noted though, that to heat the floors to that temp would “cook the dog” so don’t do that.

Typically, the surface shouldn’t be heated above 27˚C/80˚F; with any wood product, higher than 27˚C/80˚F could cause shrinkage leading to cracks, splits and delamination. The heat should be turned up and down gradually to avoid any problems.