Radiant Heat Solar Thermal Systems

Mechanical for Radiant System

Mechanical for Radiant System

Radiant Heat

Radiant Heat

Slab on Grade Tubing

Slab on Grade Tubing

Solar Thermal

Solar Thermal

Originally established in San Francisco in 2002, Rogee Hydronics has been committed to the highest standards in the hydronic heating and solar thermal industry. Our shop has a union background with several certifications in product factory training and design work have built a strong foundation for our quality company.

Now established in Southern California, with projects ranging from San Louis Obispo to Riverside Counties and the Palm Springs area including all of the Low Desert Communities. Rogee Hydronics will provide designs and installation for radiant heat, hydronic and solar thermal heating systems. Our radiant hydronic designs are complete with heat loss, infiltration and manual J calculations. We also provide floor, wall and ceiling loop design and mechanical equipment design. Our manufacturing division "Original Hydronics" designs and builds pre-assembled radiant and hydronic modular heating systems. Our extensive stock of pre-assembled modules can be shipped directly to your job site or let us know what your job requirements are for a custom hydronic module so that we can build it to your specifications.
All of our designs and hydronic modules are suited for residential, commercial, and industrial projects. Read more...
 

 

 

Our Mission:

"To provide the most efficient alternative heating system possible"

 

Company History

 

 

Radiant Heating

Radiant Heat Systems began many years ago. The Romans designed these amazing tunneling portals over 2000 years ago beneath their bath houses by which hot gases from the fire pits built outside would carry heat energy through the tunnels that would radiate up through the concrete and heat the water, floors and walls. These systems worked very well and were easy to control. If warmer temperatures were required, a larger fire would be built and of course cooler temperatures would require less fire.