How Do I Operate an ESWA Heating System?

Updated February 21, 2017

ESWA heating systems provide radiant heat for both the floor and ceiling of your home. The installer works heating coils into the concrete of your floor, and as the floor warms up it heats the rest of your home. The same holds true for the ceiling heaters. This type of radiant heat operates just like any other heater -- with a thermostat on your wall.

Turn the heat on at the ESWA heating system's thermostat.

Turn the floor sensor on or off on your ESWA heating system's thermostat, if it has one. If the sensor is on, it will only heat the floor when the floor is below room temperature.

Turn the thermostat to the temperature at which you want the floor or floor and ceiling to radiate around that room. Turn the dial to select a temperature.

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