Radiant Heat Systems Manufacturer Launches New Website

Calorique, a Massachusetts radiant heat systems manufacturer, has launched a new website. The website features radiant heat products for floors, ceiling and roofs. The new site also provides technical information, data sheets and installation instructions for radiant heat products.

“Our goal in developing the new website experience is to provide current and prospective users and distributors an additional access point and online resource to learn more about Caloriques’ products and solutions,” says Eugene McGillycuddy, Calorique president. “The website, however, is not a substitute for our hands-on customer service commitment and radiant heat film expertise that we offer all of clients, dealers and prospects searching for solutions,” McGillycuddy states.

The site features improved navigation and search capabilities to make it quick for dealers to find the appropriate product or application information. The website also features how to videos, product videos and technical information.

“We are excited about the launch of the site and look forward to providing service to our clients and dealers in the industry”, McGillycuddy says.

Research Proves Radiant Barrier Market Is Growing

Persistence Market Research (PMR), a third-party research firm based in New York City, has shared its research on the radiant barrier market. PMR hosts a research model with collaboration of data analytics and market research methodology to help businesses achieve optimal performance.

In addition to a brief overview of how radiant barriers work, what materials are used and their various applications, the report also states, “The global radiant barrier market is anticipated to be driven by many factors, out of which the main factor being global warming. The product is finding acceptance as people use radiant barriers in their homes and buildings so that the heat is prevented from coming inside, making the place comparatively cooler. Radiant barriers are most effective in blocking summer radiant heat gain thus, saving air-cooling costs of the desired space. Also, use of radiant barrier has been helpful for the builders in getting accreditation for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), which is a mandatory norm for design of buildings – in both residential and commercial segments, thus resulting in increase of demand of the product.”

For more information on this report you can contact PMR directly at (800)961-0353. For more information on reflective insulation, radiant barriers and interior radiation control coatings (IRCCs), visit the RIMA International website or contact them directly at rima@rima.net.