Expert Electric is your one stop shop for Comfort Cove®.
Comfort Cove® is an electric home heating system that is cost effective, maintenance free, and works in every room; bedrooms, kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms, sun rooms, and basements. Comfort Cove’s energy saving heater units are available in a multitude of voltages, wattages, lengths, colors and sizes. Comfort Cove® is the perfect state of the art home heating system for the new home, existing home, or the remodeling project. This versatile electric radiant heat system is also an efficient heating solution for apartments, offices, garages, workshops, schools, and medical facilities.
When installing a radiant heat system, an Expert Electric electrician will take the following considerations into account:
- Electrical codes: The electrician should ensure that the installation complies with local and national electrical codes, which establish standards for electrical safety and ensure that the installation meets minimum standards for electrical performance.
- Power source: The electrician should determine the power source for the radiant heat system, including the voltage, amperage, and phase. They should also make sure that the power source is adequate to supply the necessary power for the system.
- Circuit protection: The electrician should install a circuit breaker or fuse to protect the electrical circuit from overloading. This is especially important in case of a short circuit or other electrical problem that could damage the system or cause a fire.
- Wiring: The electrician should ensure that the wiring used for the radiant heat system installation is suitable for the intended purpose and complies with electrical codes. The wiring should be sized correctly to handle the power demand of the system, and it should be protected from physical damage, such as by being run through conduit.
- Thermostat placement: The electrician should determine the best location for the thermostat that controls the radiant heat system, taking into account factors such as accessibility and accuracy.
- Grounding: The electrician should ensure that the radiant heat system is properly grounded to provide a path for electrical fault current in case of a short circuit or other electrical problem.
- Testing: The electrician should test the radiant heat system and its electrical connections to ensure that it is operating properly and safely before it is put into service.
Expert Electric will ensure that your Comfort Cove® installation is safe, meets electrical codes, and operates reliably and efficiently to meet the needs of the homeowner or business.