There's nothing like stepping on a warm floor when you get out of bed or the bath. It's good to know that comfort can also be very energy efficient.
At Greenbuild 2014, Brian Urlaub, commercial sales manager for Enertech Global, introduced the company's new high performance geothermal heat pump.
With no two design projects the same, architects and engineers like the variety of heating elements.
Radiant floor heating is becoming more popular as homeowners and builders look for energy efficient heating options that also deliver good indoor air quality.
STEP Warmfloor is proud to be exhibiting and participating with Emerge Alliance in the word’s first net-zero exhibition space at the 2014 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo.
STEP Warmfloor radiant heating systems use a very thin (3/16”), flexible flat heating element that can be stapled or nailed through as well as cut to length on the job site.
If you enjoy the safe, consistent comfort of radiant heat in your home, you will want it in your mobile home – whether it is a RV, motorhome, houseboat, cruiser or van.
Depending where you live, as much as half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling, according to the U.S. EPA. Green heating and cooling options pay off in more comfort and better indoor air quality.
Water heating is the 2nd largest energy user in the home. Find out how to save $$
There are options to radiant floor heating to be sure. Some use water tubing systems while others have various formats of electrical heating.
Brett Tate of Enertech introduces the GeoComfort EVS Series geothermal system. It's a flexible, versatile geothermal system that is ideal for builders who are looking for a single unit to that works for a variety on installations.
In November 2011, we conducted a series of experiments to compare the performance of Warmboard to other radiant products. In each test, both panels experienced the same water temperature and the same air temperature. The results speak for themselves.
Summer construction is advancing as Team New York feels the heat- that of the high temperatures and of the Fall deadline to complete construction of a solar powered home! Every morning at 8 am, the dedicated student workers begin their shift. A quick change into hardhats and steel toed boots, the students begin the tasks necessary for each day.