Photo evidence of Warmboard's exceptional quality compared to a competitor

Fri, 12/19/2014 - 10:37

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.

Sound Attenuation - Managing Sound Transfer for Code and for Client

Tue, 11/05/2013 - 15:23

Sound attenuation for floor/ceiling assemblies may be required to attain code ratings or to mitigate sound for a client. The best practice in residential, multi-family and light commercial applications is to have the assembly evaluated by one of several testing methods. The common methods used are: field or lab testing, software modeling and estimating. Each method offers a different level of accuracy and cost. Usually these services are performed by an “Acoustical Consultant” to provide STC and IIC ratings. The higher the number, the quieter the floor/ceiling assembly.

Thinking about remodeling? Consider radiant floor heating.

Thu, 10/24/2013 - 14:21

The leaves are falling, winter is just around the corner and it's a great time to start thinking about remodeling and improving your home. Home comfort should be at the top of your wish list and what better way to achieve this than through the quiet, invisible warmth of radiant heat. Warmboard delivers the ultimate performance in radiant home heating: fast responding, efficient, and luxuriously comfortable.

Comparing Warmboard to Gypsum Concrete

Mon, 06/24/2013 - 10:57

The efficiency of Warmboard begins during installation and continues year after year by outperforming all other radiant systems. Warmboard’s thick aluminum surface conducts heat hundreds of times better than conventional or gypsum-based concretes. This superior conductivity also allows for faster response times, more even floor temperatures, and the ability to generate more heat from lower water temperatures.

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