Using the power of water to create and store heat within your building’s heating system.
In-floor hydronic heat is a specific type of underfloor heat storage that relies on water or other liquids to create heat that’s stored in a heat reservoir — most often a bed of sand beneath the slab floor.
In-floor hydronic heat can be placed in the slab of a single-story structure. Or combined with a hydronic furnace to create a full hydronic system for a multi-level building.
Nothing beats the feel of warmth under your feet. Heat is evenly distributed across your floor, radiating to reach every corner without drafts or dry air. In-floor hydronic heat is also:
Like all thermal-storage systems, you can think of in-floor hydronic heating as a kind of “heat battery.”
Similar to other underfloor heating systems, in-floor hydronic heating is installed below the concrete slab in a bed of sand during construction. Heated water or other liquids flows through the pipes, heating the sand and providing radiant heat across the entire floor of the building.
Install an in-floor hydronic heat storage system on a qualified discounted off-peak rates and receive a rebate. See details in our program pages below.
Store now, use later—save up to 30% on your heating and cooling costs by switching to our Deferred Load Rate.
Rebates are available for several electric-heating technologies.
Keep your energy delivery to off-peak hours and store heating and cooling power for the day—all at one of our lowest prices.
Add a thermal-storage system to a new building or upgrade an existing system and get up to $75 per kilowatt in rebates.