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Radiant Heating

No more cold feet — even in the middle of winter.

Ready for ridiculously cozy, never-wanna-leave-your-home comfort?

Discover if radiant heat is right for your new home.

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Does this sound like you?

“I would enjoy winter a whole lot more if my feet weren’t freezing aaaall the time.”

 

“Getting out of bed in the morning in winter is the WORST. Frigid floor = frigid feet = too early for torture.”

 

“Can someone please invent a way for my bathroom tiles to not feel like polar ice caps, especially after a nice hot shower?”

Let’s beat the winter blues… and make sure your new home always feels just right.

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When you’re building your dream home, there are a ton of decisions to make. But if comfort is a priority for you, radiant flooring is a no-brainer.

Picture this:

 It’s January here in the Blue Ridge Mountains. New year, new home. And your family is gathered around your cozy kitchen island. All the muscle and heart you’ve poured into bringing your sanctuary to life is a reality. Pop the prosecco. Toast to the warm fuzzies everywhere.

Out the windows snow falls lightly. But indoors? You and your family are comfy, warm…

and happily barefoot.

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How Radiant Heating Works

Water carries heat through pipes in the floor.
The result: an efficient, comfortable, quiet alternative to forced air.

Radiant Means Comfort

Comfort is hard to define. Let’s call it the absence of discomfort. Maybe the most remarkable thing about radiant heat is what you won't notice. There are no forced air registers to see. No noise or dust from mechanical blowers. No hot air blowing on you. No hot air collecting at the ceiling, wasting energy. No cold floors to chill your feet. The mild warmth of a radiant floor is a subtle experience. It always feels just right.

Radiant Heat is Healthy Heat

Forced air systems not only blow hot air, they also push allergens, dust and other airborne particles to every room in your home. Improved indoor air quality can reduce allergies, medical bills, incidences of asthma and more. European studies indicate that dust mite populations are reduced as much as 90% in radiant heated homes. And a quiet, peaceful environment, devoid of noisy fans and blowers, is a healthier and more relaxing environment too.

Time to take the chill out of winter.

Your coziest home awaits.

Discover if radiant heat is right for your new home.

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“We had the team at Sugar Hollow Solar install radiant floors as part of our new house two years ago. We will never go back to conventional forced heat! Our house is warm and toasty without all that hot, dry air blowing around. Phelps and the team were professional, timely, and we have had no problems at all. They came out when we moved in and gave us a full explanation of how the system works and how to use it. Wonderful! We highly recommend them.”

- LC