Radiant heating system - New York
Established in 2005, North East Hydronic Radiant Inc. manufactures & installs high quality radiant heat panels for floors and ceilings in Bohemia, New York.
Our family-owned and operated business is the leader in custom-designed radiant-heating solutions for your home.
Our Sunboard Radiant Heat Panels have been designed by a team of engineers and flooring experts that address the issues that come up during installation.
Proudly Manufactured In USA
Here at North East Hydronic Radiant Inc., we pride ourselves on family values and we approach each new job as if it were going into our own homes. As premier radiant panel specialists, you can rest assured that we get the job done right, the first time itself.
Our installations are on-time, flawless, and tailored to match your schedule and budget. We make it a point to offer special attention to our customers' needs, whether Sunboard is installed by us or by your contractor.
High Quality Radiant Heat Panels
Because of our propriety design and sheer volume, Sunboardpanels™ are able to provide a superior product at competitive prices that has never been available in the industry before. With our unique radiant floor heat process , North East Hydronic Radiant Inc. can now offer all families an affordable heating system that was only accessible to the super luxury market.
What makes us special?
- Customized services
- Competitive prices
- Top-notch layouts & designs
- Friendly & professional service
- On-time delivery & installation
- Customer satisfaction guaranteed
The loop layouts that we also provide for flooring design solutions are customized for each client. Our goal is customer satisfaction on each and every project, and a senior project manager is assigned to each installation to ensure your experience with us is flawless from start to finish.
Contact us today for your Sunboard installation needs.
A manufacturing company that you can trust!
North East is now a Rep for Hydromx. This specially formulated organic fluid replaces water currently used in most, if not all, closed loop.
Proudly maufactured in the USA