• 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}

  • Radiant Heated Flooring vs. Forced Air

    Why is Radiant Heated Flooring better than Forced Air heat?

    There are many reasons why radiant heat is the preferred home heating method by homeowners, architects and contractors alike. Compared to forced hot air, radiant heated flooring is more comfortable, more energy efficient, provides a healthier environment and is more aesthetically pleasing.

  • The Cost of Warmboard

    “So, what does it cost?”
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It’s the obvious question to ask before making any purchase. With Warmboard, the answer is not always obvious because of many factors to consider. And you certainly cannot compare Warmboard to a simple sheet of plywood; it’s so much more.

  • Commitment to Green

    Warmboard Radiant Heat Commitment to GreenNever before has a modern society placed such an exacting priority on environmentally responsible living. Across all facets of life, “Being Green” has taken center stage. In our own lives we respond with an increased focus on using less energy and relying on fewer natural resources.

  • How to Read a Water Temperature Guide for Radiant Heating

    When it comes to specialized industries, it can often be hard for outsiders to understand what exactly is happening. Each industry has its own way of doing things, its own lingo, its own nuances. Terminology used in the tech industry (SaaS, iOS, Ice Cream Sandwich, MySQL, UI/UX) is very different from that used in the Radiant Heating industry (Parasitic Loss, Passive Solar, R-Value, STC and IIC ratings).

    As such, when people outside the industry need to learn about radiant technology, there can often be a communication gap.