When your commercial radiator goes out, your employees are left in the cold, and the last thing you want is unanswered questions. At Mr. Rooter® Plumbing, we pride ourselves on providing flat-rate upfront pricing, easy scheduling, and quick response times.
Radiant Heat Services
When it comes to commercial radiator repair, leave it to the professionals like Mr. Rooter Plumbing. To make sure your needs are met, we provide several water and steam radiator heat services:
- Radiator heater repair
- Radiator heater replacement
- Radiant heat system flush
- Annual maintenance services
- Circulator pump repair and replacement
- Hot water radiator valve repair or replacement
- Thermostat replacement
- Zone valve replacement
In addition to servicing radiant heating systems, we also perform commercial boiler repair and replacement services.
Why Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing?
Mr. Rooter Plumbing isn’t the only option for your radiator needs, but we promise to be the right choice. Here are a few reasons why Mr. Rooter Plumbing should be your first call:
- Licensed Experts
- Bonded & insured
- Locally owned & operated
- Workmanship & parts guaranteed
- Upfront pricing
- Uniformed professionals
- Scheduled appointment times
Radiant Heat Service Near Me
Your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing has the training and experience to address issues with any component of your commercial radiant heating system. Call us today or request a job estimate online.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does a radiant heat thermostat work?
Radiant heat thermostats are similar to traditional HVAC thermostats. You set a threshold temperature and once the room temperature drops below the threshold, the thermostat will automatically increase the heat produced by the radiator until the room temperature rises to the threshold temperature.
Is radiant heat expensive to run?
In general, radiant heat is no more or less expensive than other heating options. However, radiant heating by definition radiates heat into the room, versus. a forced-air system that circulates the air, which makes radiant heating a great choice for a commercial setting. The true cost to run radiant heat depends on your local gas or electricity rates, as well as how much the system is used.
What’s the best boiler for radiant heat?
Modern water-based and steam-based systems are both extremely efficient, and both types of boilers can double as your commercial property’s water heater with a secondary heat exchange coil.
Whether you should choose a system that uses natural gas, propane, or electricity depends on your utility configuration, local gas/electricity rates, and your electric utility’s renewable energy portfolio (if you’re concerned about your carbon footprint). Choosing to install the most efficient boilers on the market will also save your company money on energy costs each month for the life of the unit.
What’s a commercial hydronic heating system?
Hydronic heating is another term for radiant heating. A hydronic heating system sends hot water through a system of coils, radiators, and/or in-floor arrays to heat a building. Hydronic heating is silent and energy-efficient, making it a great choice for many commercial properties.