Sub-slab Heating Systems Are No Problem
Dealing with water that gets into transit heat systems is a specialty of Standard Water Control. We do the job right the first time to ensure your peace of mind. The result is a healthier home for your family.
Many times basement waterproofing systems are installed on top of the transit heat ducts during construction causing all manner of problems. Our system offers the flexibility to install drain tile (pipe) below your transit heat ducts helping to keep them dry and trouble free. Plus our transit heat ducts won’t deteriorate and are insulated; giving you a heating and cooling system that is even better than the original.
Standard Water uses Blue Duct for transit heat systems. It won’t rust or corrode and out performs the old metal, fiberglass and plastic systems.
Blue Duct is classified as High Density Polyethylene which is a closed cell plastic material with an additional high thermal property. It is unique to other materials because it is manufactured with food grade plastic that is safe for humans and the environment. The material is mixed with a foaming additive during manufacturing to achieve the density and performance parameter desired.
The outlet air and exterior duct surface temperatures for the Blue Duct system consistently achieved lower and higher temperatures compared to those of the plastic, fiberglass or metal systems. It is equivalent to ductwork insulated per Minnesota code; NSF thermal performance is R-10.
If you need help with a transit heat system, give us a call. We’re here to help.