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“R&H Mechanical has always been professional and thorough in their work. R&H has technicians that know their jobs and are simply knowledgeable and experienced techs.”

Brian Rogue
Chief Engineer
Sheraton Mountain Vista


The Wirsbo Advantage

We use Wirsbo Radiant Floors, which is a unique heating system that uses warm water circulated in durable PEX tubing under the floor to warm the floor and the room. This provides a comfortable, even heat that radiates up through the floor to warm the people, furnishings and the air in the room.

It can be used with any kind of flooring including:

  • carpet
  • hardwood
  • slate
  • marble
  • tile
  • laminate
  • linoleum
  • and many more

Wirsbo PEX

At the heart of Wirsbo Radiant Floors system is warm water circulated under the floor through Wirsbo's Engel Method cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) tubing. Tested and proven for over 30 years, PEX is durable, flexible, and has a life expectancy of over 100 years. Used in residential and commercial buildings for more then a quarter century, more than 5 billion feet of Wirsbo PEX tubing is currently installed around the world. Wirsbo PEX tubing

Wirsbo Quik Trak™ System

Cold basements? Cold floors? Drafty rooms? The Wirsbo Quik Trak system brings affordable radiant heating solutions to troublesome cold spots in existing homes, thanks to a thin 1/2" profile that makes basement and above subfloor retrofits easier. Easy to plan and install, Quik Trak eliminates moisture and excess weight issues, scheduling conflicts and other concerns often associated with poured floors. The Quik Trak system can accept a finished floor immediately after installation.

Radiant Ready™ Option

Radiant Ready is the smartest installation that a homeowner or builder could consider. Radiant Ready means you install the PEX tubing in the concrete slab areas during the initial construction phase - get the tubing in the floor before the pour! In this way, the floor is ready for radiant comfort now or in the future - whenever the homeowner decides to complete the system. It's an easy installation and offers homeowners and builders an inexpensive way to increase the value of the home or building.