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Heat where and when you need it 

Smart Heating

Design & build differently with flexible & hybrid solutions



It's a fact, a building's heating footprint can be

up to 80% of total energy use

Energy sources? Distribution methods? Control systems?


Need a primer on Home Heating? Check out this timeless Energy Saver 101 infographic by US. Department of Energy (DoE) on Everything you need to know about Home Heating. Understand the differences between heat sources, heat distribution methods, and control systems.


DoE Infographic

How do we save money and reduce GHG emissions?

smarter heat distribution

sources and control systems are not as effective at saving on energy in forced air environments


Energy Losses

Furnaces and baseboard heaters that circulate air can negatively effect your energy bill

When choosing your heat source such as a furnace or baseboard heater, consider the losses in heat distribution method. Circulation of hot air through ducts and room convection can increase your heat loss. Baseboard heaters sitting under windows are especially inefficient, as heat is often lost through thermal breaks and air gaps. 

Going with a programmable or smart thermostat may help reduce your energy bills, but what's the point if your heat distribution is inefficient. 

Duct Losses


Window & Door Losses


Non-programmable Thermostat


Gas Furnace (AFUE) & Cabinet Losses


Case Study

This case study tackles the Hybridization of gas and electrical sources, with a discussion on Beneficial Electrification, and finding on capital cost, energy savings and reduction of GHG emissions vis-a-vis various technologies. With electrical resistance as a main heating distribution method, a home can pair this with standby forced-air using an Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP).



Future of Home Heating

Self-regulation + Zoning + Sensing + Intelligent Control =  Smart Heating

deliver heat where and when you need it 

Large surface area electric heating that is precise, modular, versatile and adaptive to the needs of growing infrastructure and beneficial electrification of heating systems easily paired with renewable sources of energy.


 Pairable with Renewables                      Energy Saving Feature                       Sustainable



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Radiant Floor Heating

Covers up to 150 sq. ft., perfect for electric heating under floor coverings such as tile or wood laminate in any room. Install over existing floors or concrete/wood subfloors.


Dimensions: 0.013 in. Thick x 31.5 in. Wide

Voltage: 120/240VAC

Current: 12.5A (Max. 15A) 

Power: 7 - 21 W/sq. ft. 


Kit Includes: 1 x roll of heater elements (69 ft.), 1 x roll of 3-wire flat non-heating cable (25 ft.), 15 x splice connectors, 1 x ratchet crimping tool, 1 x roll of insulating tape (6 ft.), 1 x terminal block, 1 x junction box, 1 x thermal sensor wire (15 ft.), 1 x HEAT ROLL™ Smart Controller (thermostat sold separately)