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How to Install Radiant Heat


Over the past twenty years plus,radiant heating has come to be a very acceptable way of heating. I have watched this heating become more and more popular every year. I also have seen many jobs where people do it all wrong and then wonder and get upset because this latest and greatest "state of the art" heating system does not perform properly or save them any money.

Radiant heating is best known for the fact that it is one of the most comfortable heating systems. The next best thing about radiant heating is the efficiency that it provides. Unfortunately there are way too many systems that are installed without efficiency in mind. They really do not peform any better than any other hot water heating system. This deprives the homeowner of one of the most important benefits of a radiant heating system.

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To have a radiant heating system that will perform efficiently you have to install radiant heat plates under your tubing, install the radiant tubing in a gypcrete or concrete pour, or install your tubing in a specially prepared sub floor. These methods will allow you to heat your home or building with very low temperature water. Low temperature water is whre you get your high efficiency. If you have to turn up the temperature of the water to get the heat out of the pipes and into the room you are then fighting a losing battle.

So, if you are considering a radiant heating system there really are only three considerations for you. Good quality radiant heat plates that attach to the sub floor with a reflective insulation under them to give the radiant heat the signal to go up. Pouring the radiant tubing into the concrete of a basement floor, or gypcrete (light weight concrete), over the sub floor of upper floors. In either instance make sure that you use a good quality insulation under the floor. Insulation for radiant systems is another topic that I will have to cover in a future article. Thirdly, there are products made that are specifically made to be incorporated into the sub floor that accept the radiant tubing. Grooves are cut into the sub floor and the tubing is inserted into the grooves. Usually these products will have a type of plate and insulation incorporated into the product.

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on Dec 29, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Electric oven is very slow to heat up, and gives false temp. why?


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Mar 14, 2011 | Frigidaire Gallery GLEFM397DS Electric...

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I just turned on my liftime infred, the power light goes off and on but heat comes out on eco........Do I need to have the time set. Or does the thermostat take care of the off and on.,


Unless the system was ever programmed to turn on and off at set times,-- the setting of the clock shouldn't interfere with its putting out heat.

Is this a heat pump / AIr conditioner unit? and is it real COLD outside?

Here are some comments on heat pumps:

Remember, for an air conditioner to PUT OUT HEAT-- (as HEAT PUMP) -- there has to be some HEAT outdoors, to make the process work...
So-- ask yourself-- How cold is it outside?
How cold was it outside, the last time that my AC worked good as a heat pump?


Possibly the coil outside is all frosted up?--

Shutting it off, and letting the outside coil defrost might help-- but-- the basic law of physics still stands: To get heat inside-- there has to be some heat outside! (Likely your unit won't give you much heat inside, when it is below 50 -- or for sure-- below 40 degrees outside!)

Give us a few temperature readings- inside and out, and then gives us clues as to what is running, and what is not-- maybe we can trouble shoot deeper. Is the compressor running?-- does it sound like it is actually working-- or just running-- sort of like 'running but not really WORKING'?

Let us know--

Mack B

Jan 19, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Somethimes t gives a tikkend sound by a half hour and then it stops and you onely hear a constant quit noise. greeting Mary


Are you trying to heat with your air conditioner?-- here are a few points to keep in mind:

Remember, for an air conditioner to PUT OUT HEAT-- (as HEAT PUMP) -- there has to be some HEAT outdoors, to make the process work...
So-- ask yourself-- How cold is it outside?
How cold was it outside, the last time that my AC worked good as a heat pump?


Possibly the coil outside is all frosted up?--

Shutting it off, and letting the outside coil defrost might help-- but-- the basic law of physics still stands: To get heat inside-- there has to be some heat outside! (Likely your unit won't give you much heat inside, when it is below 50 -- or for sure-- below 40 degrees outside!)

Give us a few temperature readings- inside and out, and then gives us clues as to what is running, and what is not-- maybe we can trouble shoot deeper. Is the compressor running?-- does it sound like it is actually working-- or just running-- sort of like 'running but not really WORKING'?

Let us know--

Mack B

Jan 18, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Will not put out heat


Remember, for an air conditioner to PUT OUT HEAT-- (as HEAT PUMP) -- there has to be some HEAT outdoors, to make the process work...
So-- ask yourself-- How cold is it outside?
How cold was it outside, the last time that my AC worked good as a heat pump?


Possibly the coil outside is all frosted up?--

Shutting it off, and letting the outside coil defrost might help-- but-- the basic law of physics still stands: To get heat inside-- there has to be some heat outside! (Likely your unit won't give you much heat inside, when it is below 50 -- or for sure-- below 40 degrees outside!)

Give us a few temperature readings- inside and out, and then gives us clues as to what is running, and what is not-- maybe we can trouble shoot deeper. Is the compressor running?-- does it sound like it is actually working-- or just running-- sort of like 'running but not really WORKING'?

Let us know--

Mack B

Jan 18, 2011 | Samsung Heating & Cooling

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KitchenAid Gas Dryer wont heat everything else


Does the dryer heat at all? turn you dryer on for about 1 minute then open the door, any heat? yes= check to be sure you venting is good and clear. if good then you have 2 common issues i would check first. the thermal fuse could be blown or the gas valve coils could be bad. give me you model number and i can give you more suggestions of what to check and how

Mar 22, 2010 | KitchenAid Dryers

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Dryer is giving off no heat


hi am trying to find out y my dryer is not giving out no heat

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