As energy costs continue to rise, we continually seek out new ways to lower our energy bills. Warmboard is not only a great way to save energy, but it also creates the most comfortable living environment. While our high conductivity brings about numerous benefits, one of the most impressive is low operating costs, which rewards the forward thinking homeowner with reduced utility bills, month after month, year after year, for the life of the home.
While there are many variables to consider, including climate and insulation, in most instances, Warmboard can comfortably heat your home using water temperatures between 80 and 108 degrees Fahrenheit. Compared to other systems that use water in excess of 140 degrees, you can imagine a significant savings on your energy bill. Higher water temperatures also age system components faster. Lower water temps actually extend the life of these mechanical components.
The wisdom of Warmboard economics has been well established at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon, an energy-efficiency proving ground. Every year, the best engineering students from the best universities have designed and built amazing concept homes using Warmboard as an essential component in their designs.
When considered solely as an individual element, Warmboard is not inexpensive. However, when viewed as part of a complete radiant system, Warmboard proves it’s value. Financially speaking, Warmboard is extremely competitive with systems that simply do not perform nearly as well. And over the life of your home, Warmboard is the logical decision. Learn more about how Warmboard helps lower operating cost.