Meeting the needs of many

The definition of optimal indoor comfort varies from person to person and room to room – and we are committed to developing solutions to meet people's needs everywhere.

Everyone has their idea of what constitutes the ideal housing heating.
Thanks to digitalization and innovation, there are more ways to achieve and maintain an indoor climate that is as comfortable as it is efficient in private homes today.

Housing heating and cooling

Emmeti's solutions deliver sustainable indoor climate comfort based on construction and individual needs.
A solution might include underfloor heating on the ground floor, low-temperature radiators in bedrooms, an electric towel warmer in the bathroom, a fan coil in the attic for a cooling breeze in summer, and a stylish radiator in the entrance.

One feature of the housing heating solution is common: the best possible energy efficiency and environmental footprint.


In private housing, the installer's role changes into a heating architect/consultant, providing or delivering an indoor climate solution that best matches the comfort needs and behavior of the user.

Having a comprehensive, flexible and full range of housing heating products is elementary for today’s heating solution suppliers to ensure the client or customer's needs are met.

Reduce footprints

Demand for heat pumps is increasing, meaning we need heat emitters compatible with low temperatures (35/30°), like underfloor heating, fancoils, or low-temperature radiators. What is not generally known is that even standard radiators are perfectly suitable for low-temperature heating systems when configured correctly.

When high condensation boilers are used, which is often the case, heating bodies operating at higher temperatures, such as column radiators, can be used.

Work smart to increase efficiency and individual comfort

In the past, a house was equipped with radiators only connected to a boiler. These were operated individually with the radiator valve, and the temperature was monitored in one central space.

Smart thermostats introduced remote heating controls, but today, the consumer wants more access and control, adjusting temperatures at any time from anywhere.


The Sintesi range of thermostats, and in particular the Sintesi Wall Wi-Fi, Sintesi Mini Wi-Fi, and Sintesi Wall Wi-Fi RF thermostats, thanks to remote control via App and smartphone, are a classic example of how technology comes to meet customer needs.

In addition, the Sintesi Wall Wi-Fi RF model, thanks to its radio interface, facilitates and speeds up the operations of the installer (no need to run electrical cables, etc.), representing a particularly suitable solution in the context of renovations.

A solution for every space

For every space, there is the appropriate housing heating solution, adapted to the specific needs of that space:

  • Underfloor heating in wet areas to prevent moisture at floor level

  • Low-temperature radiators for the bedrooms, for flexible heating, when needed

  • Electric towel warmer in the bathroom, for a quick boost in the morning

  • Fancoil in the attic, for a cooling breeze during summer times

  • An eye-catching design radiator in the hallway because it will be the first thing you see when entering a house.

Interview with an expert

Luc Dedeyne, Energy Consultant at Bouwunie in Belgium, talks about how heating installations in private homes have changed due to stricter energy norms.

Energy norms are getting stricter in most countries. When it comes to a heating installation, there are 3 important criteria that will determine the energy efficiency of a private house.

- We are evolving towards heating at lower temperatures: the difference between the generated and released temperature decreases so that the required power also falls. That is good for energy efficiency and the E-level.

- Sufficient heat comfort can be achieved through heating in large surfaces such as floor or wall or dynamic low-temperature radiators.

- The demand for energy for rooms is decreasing due to better insulation, which is favorable for the energy level. But at the same time, the energy demand for domestic hot water is increasing due to larger baths, side sprayers, and rain showers. For example, a higher buffer demand for sanitary facilities can be met by a buffer system. You work with small capacities, while there is always hot water available.

Comfort in all seasons

The growing energy cost has an increasingly significant impact on the family budget, which is why users are looking for solutions that make the management of their home more efficient and therefore less expensive.
Users also require environments that make the building comfortable in all seasons, allowing them to enjoy every space in their home.

The installation we present is located in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines in Dovadola.

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Heat generators and well-being

Heat is one of the main sources of psychophysical well-being that determines, at home and work, environmental comfort.

We propose some excellent solutions for heat generation that take advantage of renewable energy, achieving outstanding results with the maximum possible energy savings.

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