Radiant In Floor HeatingUponor offers high-quality products and systems for total home comfort and peace of mind
- The only efficient way to warm tile or marble floors in kitchen and bathrooms
- Ideal for hard-to-heat rooms with vaulted ceilings
- Place your furniture anywhere you want with no vents or radiators to block
- The only true way to heat basements
- Works with virtually any hot water heat source or fuel
- Can dramatically reduce heating bills
Clean: Because radiant doesn’t use blowers, it doesn’t circulate dirt, dust, pollutants or allergens throughout the home.
Comfortable: Reaches every corner of the house. Even takes the chill out of kitchen, bathroom and lower level floors.
Economical: Could reduce your heating bill dramatically. And saving energy is good for the environment.
Guaranteed: When installed by an Uponor-trained professional Uponor’s Radiant Heating System comes with a 25 year limited system warranty.
Practical: Uponor radiant floor heating concentrates the heat near the floor where you and your family can benefit from it.
Versatile: Works with any kind of floor covering. Ideal for installations in concrete slabs: lower levels, basements and garages.
Radiant Driveway & Walkway HeatingSafe, Convenient and Economical
Uponor snow and ice melting systems feature safe, convenient and economical advantages over other snow-removal methods for homes and businesses.
- Reduces accidents
- Meets ADA regulations
- eliminates shoveling or plowing and disturbing noise of doing so
- Protects the environment from harsh contaminants in sand and salts
- Extends the life of driveways and sidewalks
- Offers flexible control options
Uponor snow and ice melting systems perform extremely well for residential and commercial applications, including:
- Stairs & Wheelchair access ramps
- Parking lots
- Loading docks
- Building entrances
- Sidewalks & Driveways
How It Works
Upnor snow and ice melting systems circulate a warm water-and-glycol solution through durable cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) tubing which has been installed within concrete, asphalt, or a sand bed. The water heats the surface until it’s warm enough to melt snow and ice away. Systems can be set to automatically run during cold ice producing weather or manually controlled with a simple on/off switch.