Calling this past winter “brutal” would probably be an accurate statement for most of North America. Massive storms, record low temperatures and snowfall swept across the vast majority of the continent.
Recently we were made aware of how superior the quality of our product is, compared to a competing low mass radiant panel, when job site damage occurred. These examples further illustrate the high quality and overall durability of Warmboard panels and how generally, when inopportune situations arise on the job, Warmboard’s quality stands strong.
If your bathroom fixtures and tiling are starting to fall apart with age, or your family has outgrown the current space - or even if you've just grown tired of the way your bathroom looks, - it's time to consider remodeling the room.
As you look into the future, do you imagine living in the same home through your golden years? While assisted living communities are a great option for some older people, many hope to maintain a comfortable lifestyle in their own houses.
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.
Today's culture pushes everyone to move quickly, stay busy and multitask whenever possible. However, in the process, it's become a very noisy environment.
One of the first things that you may notice about Warmboard is the 12 inch spacing of our tubing channels. Other systems have tubing spaced every 6, 7 or 9 inches. So many wonder why Warmboard tubing channels aren’t closer together.
Warmboard is able to use tubing every 12 inches because of our superior conductivity. Warmboard is 2-5x more conductive than other radiant systems. Like any metal surface, Warmboard heats up quickly and tranfers that energy faster and more evenly to the interior space.
With the recent cold snap sweeping across the US and Canada there is no better time to think about heat, more specifically home heating.