• Stop Soil Erosion

    Many homeowners are going to extreme lengths to make their houses sustainable and eco-friendly. However, what are to do if the environment you're trying to protect slowly begins to turn on you?

    All of the modern advancements such as solar, geothermal or radiant heat can mean nothing if your home is susceptible to ground erosion. Over time, the weathering elements can slowly eat away at the ground around a house's foundation. Rain and wind might strip the soil right from a yard if preventative measures aren't taken to protect the slopes on which a structure sits.

  • More Ways to Lower Your Energy Bill

    No matter what time of year it is, there's always some strain on your energy bill. It can be heating during the winter or air conditioning in the summer. Whatever the reason, there are small preventative measures you can make to ensure your energy bill is as low as possible.

  • The Modern Bathroom: Luxurious, Stylish and Safe

    By guest blogger Judy Moore

    Bathroom design has improved dramatically in the past few decades. Adding to the basic necessities of sink, toilet and tub are a wide range of products that are both functional and appealing. Advances in technology and product design have increased safety, as well as raised bathroom design standards. Among my...

  • Tubing Spacing and Radiant Heat

    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.