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  • So, what does it cost?

    We delved deep into this question here last year, but wanted to dive into more detail about the cost of Warmboard compared to a specific, common radiant heating application – Gypsum Concrete.

    Again in this analysis, we’ll look at all of the factors that need to be considered when putting a true price on a radiant heating system. If only the cost of the radiant product itself is considered Warmboard can be up to $4/sq ft more, but that comparison is missing numerous key components that are needed to complete any radiant system.

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  • Warmboard Heating the Sunset Breezehouse


    Warmboard is proud to have been involved with Sunset Magazine’s 2012 Idea House in Healdsburg, California. The Breezehouse is an efficient, sustainably designed modular residence designed and built by Blu Homes. The two-level structure sits on a steep slope that offers breathtaking views of the Sonoma wine country landscape.


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  • Radiant Versatility With Warmboard


    This is a quick look at the many different ways Warmboard and Warmboard-R can be used along with the key benefits our products provide. The pleasant warmth of Warmboard is a subtle experience. Never too hot, never too cold, always just right. Warmboard is the ultimate home heating solution.

    • Warmboard Inc. offers two products that provide the greatest amount of comfort of any radiant system - Warmboard and Warmboard-R

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  • Heat Loss and Mechanical Designs


    Warmboard has extensive design services to better assist customers and this includes offering complete Heat Loss and Mechanical designs. Our professionally engineered drawings will specify and size all the necessary mechanical and electrical components needed for a complete Warmboard system – all for a very reasonable price.

    Scope of work

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  • Comparing Warmboard to Gypsum Concrete


    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.

    Lower water temperatures allow for more flooring options. They also mean lower energy bills every month. A Warmboard system will seamlessly integrate with geothermal, solar and ground source heat pumps.

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  • Solar Thermal and Warmboard


    As homeowners strive to reduce energy bills and decrease the carbon footprint associated with their properties, a number of technologies and materials are becoming popular with consumers. One of these is Solar Thermal.

    Water heating with conventional fuels (natural gas, electricity, or oil) can account for 25% or more of your total household energy consumption in a typical North American home. Solar thermal provides clean, sustainable, cost-effective alternative energy for uses such as radiant home heating, domestic hot water, and pool heating.

    How does it work?

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