• Award winning New Canaan home front yard.

Award Winning Home in New Canaan, CT!

Now, this is a home we're proud of! This 100% radiant single-family home in New Canaan, Connecticut, won TWO Home Building Industry Awards! One for "Best in Town Custom Home" and another for "Best New Construction Technology!" The 5,800 sqft home put our Ray Magic® radiant cooling and heating ceiling panels to the test in

  • White House Exterior

Finished Radiant Remodel: The White House

Here are the finished renovation photos of "The White House" in Los Gatos, California! This 5,000 sqft, 5-bed, 3-bath home was renovated with our Ray Magic® gypsum radiant ceiling panels to provide radiant cooling and heating! Additionally, this home uses two Messana air treatment units to provide neutral temperature dehumidification and mechanical ventilation. Great work

  • The White House Exterior

Radiant Remodel: The White House

We call this one "The White House," and we're sure you can tell why! These photos are from a remodel in Los Gatos, California. The 5,000 sqft, 5-bed, 3-bath home was originally built in 1905! It received quite the upgrade when the homeowners decided to install our Ray Magic® gypsum radiant ceiling panels to provide

  • Thermal Camera showing our radiant ceiling panels and the Jaga linear diffuser.

Atherton Home’s Supplementary Fan Coils!

Here are the final photos from the 9,300 sq/ft Atherton home that we have been posting about! In addition to our Ray Magic® radiant ceiling panels and a radiant floor, this home uses Jaga  fan coils to provide second-stage cooling during the hottest days of the year! The system uses Briza 22 fan coils with

  • Ray Magic® radiant ceiling panels in an Atherton home.

Atherton Home’s Thermal Images!

Remember the 9,300 sq/ft Atherton home that we have made several posts about over the last few weeks? Well, as promised, here are the thermal images that one of our engineers captured at the system start-up! In case you missed our past posts, this home’s four-pipe hydronic system uses 249 of our Ray Magic® NK

  • Our AHR Expo booth!

That 2022 AHR Expo has come to an end!

We’re now settled back into our Soquel office after an exciting time at the 2022 AHR Expo in Las Vegas! This event always shows us how awesome the HVAC community truly is! A huge thank you to everyone that took the time to stop by our booth to learn about our new products; it

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How many Ray Magic® radiant panels are required?

How many of our Ray Magic® radiant ceiling panels do you think it takes to heat and cool a home? 🤔 Numerous factors come into play when designing a Ray Magic® radiant system. Generally, we always start each job with the goal of achieving around 60-70% ceiling coverage, leaving enough room for ceiling fixtures.

  • Hydronica install mechanical room in San Francisco hotel.

Mechanical Room Photos from Hydronica

We can’t let December end without sharing some more mechanical room content! These photos are courtesy of Bay Area hydronic specialists, Hydronica! This four-pipe hydronic system was installed in a San Francisco hotel, and it utilizes Messana mControls to regulate its Ray Magic® radiant heating and cooling ceiling panels! 🔥❄ Have any mechanical room

  • Roberto Messana, the father of Modern Radiant Cooling Technology, portrait with RayMagic

The History of Radiant Cooling

How long do you think modern radiant cooling technology has been around? Five years? Ten? Although radiant cooling is relatively new to the United States, it has been popular throughout Europe for quite some time! Recognized as the “father of modern radiant cooling,” Italian scientist and inventor Roberto Messana first began experimenting with radiant floor

  • Front of Palo Alto home.

Passive Homes vs Active Homes

Do you know the difference between an Active House and a Passive House? Although they sound like opposites, they are actually very similar! Passive homes focus on high levels of insulation and air-tightness, allowing them to operate using up to 90% less energy. While Active Homes also aim to be energy efficient, they tend to

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