1. Installing Hardwood Over Warmboard

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    A quick overview on installing hardwood over Warmboard radiant. Following a few easy guidelines should make installation the process an easy one. 1. Acclimate the hardwood prior to installation. Visit Carlisle Wide Plank Flooring for more information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAfxcTMdmZo&feature=g-upl 2. Use only approved adhesives. 3. Do NOT use an additional vapor barrier 4. Watch out for the tubing. Otherwise, all standard flooring installation practices apply. See our installation manuals for more information on flooring installs. http://www.warmboard.com/technical-information/install-warmboard

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    • Installing Hardwood over Warmboard

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      A quick overview on installing hardwood over Warmboard radiant. Following a few easy guidelines should make installation the process an easy one. 1. Acclimate the hardwood prior to installation. Visit Carlisle Wide Plank Flooring for more information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAfxcTMdmZo&feature=g-upl 2. Use only approved adhesives. 3. Do NOT use an additional vapor barrier 4. Watch out for the tubing. Otherwise, all standard flooring installation practices apply. See our installation manuals for more information on flooring installs. http://www.warmboard.com/technical-information/install-warmboard

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      • Boulder Heating Contractor | Air Craft Heating and Air Conditioning

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        Boulder Heating Contractor | Air Craft Heating and Air Conditioning Call 303-800-HEAT(4328) or visit http://www.callaircraft.com/

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        • Elmwood Park Heating | A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc

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          Elmwood Park Heating | A Custom Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc Call 773-539-8175 or visit http://www.acustomhvac.com/

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          • Furnace Repairs Elmont, NY | Long Island HVAC

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            Furnace Repairs Elmont, NY | Long Island HVAC Call 631-667-8181 or visit http://www.metrohvac.net/

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            • Allan W Huntley Plumbing & Heating Repair East Machias Maine

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              East Machias Plumber, Washington Co. plumbing & heating service, repair & install of furnaces, boilers, water pumps & more. Commercial & Residential Plumbers in East Machias Maine. Allan W. Huntley Plumbing & Heating LLC P.O. Box 389 East Machias, ME 04630 Office Phone: (207) 255-3574 Mobile Phone: (207) 263-8369 http://www.allanhuntley.com

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              • Boiler Repairs in Floral Park, NY - Call (888) 858-4554

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                Boiler Repairs in Floral Park, NY - Call (888) 858-4554 or visit http://www.intercityplumbing.com

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                • Thermographic Video - Gypsum Concrete (12 in. tubing spacing) vs. Warmboard

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                  This test shows what is currently the most popular style of radiant heating in the US - Concrete. It is an old technology that has seen very little change over the last hundred years. Like other tests, Warmboard reaches a surface temperature of 70º F in just about 20 minutes. The Gypsum Concrete took 2.5 hours – a long time to wait if you’re cold in the morning. The striping (the temperature variation across the surface of a panel) only varies by 2.4º F on Warmboard while the Gypsum Concrete is at 5.9º. Warmboard generated 20 BTUs/HR/SF (British Thermal Units per hour per square foot), while the Gypsum Concrete produced 12. This means Warmboard is using the energy you pay for more effectively. Tubing on the Warmboard panel and in the Gypsum Concrete is 12" apart. Both panels were in an environment with a 65º F air temperature. They both also had the same water temperature, 120º F. The insulation over each panel had a R-Value of 2.22. Note: Temperatures were taken from just above the center of each panel. Striping differences were also gathered from this area. Temperatures from on top of the tube were compared to temperatures at the midpoint between the tubing pattern.

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                  • Thermographic Video - Staple Up vs. Warmboard

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                    With the Staple-Up panel on the left and Warmboard on the right, the differences in performance are abundantly clear. Within 20 minutes, Warmboard has achieved a panel temperature of 70º F. Staple-Up was unable to reach this temperature within 2 hours. The striping (the temperature variation across the surface of a panel) only varies by 2.1º F on Warmboard while Staple-Up was double at 4.1º F. Warmboard is also generating 16 BTUs/HR/SF (British Thermal Units per hour per square foot), while Staple-Up produces only 4. This means Warmboard uses energy 4x more efficiently than Staple-Up; good news for your monthly energy bills. Tubing on the Warmboard panel is 12” apart. Staple-Up tubing is at 8” increments. This means more tubing and manifolds are added to the Staple-Up cost as well as longer installation time. Both panels were in an environment with a 65º F air temperature. They both also had the same water temperature, 120º F. The insulation over each panel had a R-Value of 2.22. Note: Temperatures were taken from just above the center of each panel. Striping differences were also gathered from this area. Temperatures from on top of the tube were compared to temperatures at the midpoint between the tubing pattern.

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                    • Thermographic Video - Thin Foil Panel vs. Warmboard

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                      This Thin Foil panel has been installed both with and without aluminum. This panel in this test shows both, with Aluminum on the left. Within 20 minutes, Warmboard has achieved a panel temperature of 70º F. The Thin Foil with Aluminum takes 1 hour while the uncoated panel does not reach that temperature within 2 hours. The striping (the temperature variation across the surface of a panel) only varies by 2º F on Warmboard. Thin Foil with aluminum (Al) is almost double and the side without AI is triple. Warmboard is also generating 16 BTUs/HR/SF (British Thermal Units per hour per square foot), which means Warmboard generates more heat from the energy provided to your home. Tubing on the Warmboard panel is 12” apart. The thin foil panel has tubing every 7” increments. This means more tubing and manifolds are added to the cost as well as longer installation time. Both panels were in an environment with a 65º F air temperature. They both also had the same water temperature, 120º F. The insulation over each panel had a R-Value of 2.22. Note: Temperatures were taken from just above the center of each panel. Striping differences were also gathered from this area. Temperatures from on top of the tube were compared to temperatures at the midpoint between the tubing pattern.

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