Ceiling heat is a way people used to electrically heat specific zones in their houses . Heating wire is installed in the ceiling and usually covered by a special type of plaster which helps to disperse the heat evenly in the ceiling. One of the problems with ceiling heat is that it breaks, and when [...]
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Posted on September 26, 2012 by lcarlson
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Posted on March 2, 2012 by admin
The electric radiant floor heating you find in many homes these days has come a long way. Did you know that underfloor warming has been around since nearly 5,000 B.C.? These primitive methods weren’t nearly as advanced as a SunTouch or NuHeat system, but the core concept of radiating heat in the floor hasn’t changed.
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