• Warmboard Works - Northeast Radiant Technology, LLC

    In this series installment, we hear from Mechanical Engineer Rob Brown of Northeast Radiant Technology, LLC in Gardiner, ME.

    "NRT typically designs our heating and cooling systems to use as little energy as possible. For our own shop, we knew we wanted to push that strategy as far as it could go, using such technologies as a Daikin Altherma air-to-water heat pump, and radiant floor heating and cooling in our very well insulated building.

  • Radiant Heat Retrofit

    If you are thinking about remodeling your home keep in mind that radiant heating is one of the best investments that you can make. Not only is radiant heat a solid investment for resale value, but it is also unparalleled in terms of comfort, efficiency and healthy indoor air quality.

  • Warmboard Works - Sustainable EDGE, Ltd.

    In this Warmboard Works post, we get some great technical information from Mario Kani, MASc, P.Eng., President of Sustainable EDGE, Ltd. in Toronto, Ontario. Mario is a big proponent of radiant heating, and cooling, and goes into depth on the benefits of both when doing ceiling installations.

  • What Makes Radiant Flooring Sustainable?

    what makes Warmboard radiant flooring sustainableWith the USCBC GreenBuild Conference and Expo taking place next week in San Francisco (Nov 14-16) we thought this would be an appropriate time to share what makes radiant flooring so green and such a smart home heating solution. We’ll also explain why Warmboard radiant products have been green since their inception.

  • Warmboard Works - Dovetail Design-Build

    In our 2nd in the series, we have a terrific message from Architect Reinhart Struzyna of Dovetail Design-Build in Philadelphia PA.

    "As an architect who specializes in custom residential design, I have come to appreciate Warmboard as the state-of-the-art in radiant heating. Though I've had experience with other radiant applications including in-slab and aluminum fin under subfloor types, Warmboard is the best because it places the source of heat closest to the finish floor - and its low mass enables rapid changes to floor temperatures during swing seasons.{C}