Save the planet, save some money - or even a lot of money

Research has shown that radiant heating is about 25% more energy efficient than forced air. But with Warmboard, that percentage is even higher due to greater control and lower water temperatures.

Warmboard project overlooking the Pacific Ocean in California
  • Low water temperatures do save energy, but how much? The US Energy Department estimates you can save $12–$30 per year for every 10ºF reduction in water temperature. Warmboard typically runs water temps between 80º-110ºF; the lowest in the industry. Other systems generally run between 140-180ºF.

  • Hypothetical Situation

    Warmboard home is running 90ºF water.

    Non-Warmboard home is running 140º water.

    That difference of 50º means a potential savings of $600 to $1500 per year.

    Not bad.

    But over a few years, that adds up to a significant savings. And for those running on propane, expect even greater savings.

{... I installed a boiler with a sensor that assesses the exterior temperature, allowing us to really control the fuel costs. I am convinced the savings offset the cost of the Warmboard system. For example, our winter weather can drop to 20 degrees below zero, and in our previous home fuel heating with propane was costing us $6,000-7,000 a year, this year it cost only $1,000.
That is a huge savings! ... – Chuck V., Fairmont, VT
Warmboard-S installed in a pre-fabricated home

But the benefits extend beyond that. Just as your car gets better gas mileage when your engine isn’t working as hard, or your phone keeps a longer battery life when not processing as much data, heating equipment, like boilers and water heaters, run more efficiently at lower temperatures, amplifying the savings. And when these appliances run at lower temperatures, their lifespan is extended, ensuring your investment lasts longer.

  • Warmboard is ideal for homes using alternative energy sources
  • Today, more and more people are choosing alternative, eco-friendly heat sources such as geothermal and solar. These systems are limited however, unable to produce water above 120ºF without additional hardware. Since Warmboard is regularly using water below this threshold, interfacing is ideal. Other systems will require additional hardware to heat the water into the 140-180ºF range.