Thermal comfort is one of the basic prerequisites for appropriate operating of the building. Ensuring thermal comfort in the summer means creating suitable thermal conditions in the interior. The present article evaluates the operation of radiant ceiling cooling, which is a suitable alternative for conventional cooling systems. Experimental cooling systems using a reversible heat pump as a source of chilled water were analyzed. The presented results indicate the ability of the system to ensure the required interior temperature under suitable climatic conditions using appropriate time management and sufficient accumulation. The required temperature is 24.51 °C and the deviation does not exceed ± 0.5K.