Everyone is becoming more aware of how the actions toward eco-friendly practices taken today will have a large impact on future generations. For instance, remodeling your home can damage the environment if you do so carelessly, but there are alternate steps you can take.
How large of a space do you think you need in a home to be happy? There's no single or correct answer to that question. It's absolutely a matter of individual preference.
There is constant chatter about what it means to go green and the best ways to do so. It's become clear that people are interested in reducing their carbon footprint and an interesting movement has been gaining popularity in the USA - passive houses.
When the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago, IL, decided to construct a house - on museum grounds - that could demonstrate the current state-of-the-art in intelligent sustainable housing, radiant heat was an obvious choice towards that goal. The Museum calls this exhibit, Smart Home: Green + Wired.
While you might recognize Warmboard by its color, this is not the only “green” and sustainable part of Warmboard. We produce efficient, healthy products and are dedicated to reducing our impact on the environment. Below is a summary of what makes us green.
With the USCBC GreenBuild Conference and Expo taking place next week in San Francisco (Nov 14-16) we thought this would be an appropriate time to share what makes radiant flooring so green and such a smart home heating solution. We’ll also explain why Warmboard radiant products have been green since their inception.