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Warmup Electric Radiant Heat StickyMat System Review

he Warmup Electric Radiant Heat StickyMat System is a series of small, three-foot wide mesh fiber mats that are extremely durable and designed to be installed ...

  • Tour to feature energy-efficient buildings


    Ken Carloni discusses the home he and wife Jenny Carloni built off North Bank Road next to the North Umpqua River with the intention of leaving the smallest ecological footprint they could. The Carloni's home is one stop on this year's Smart Energy

  • Stay warm, save money; Tips for seniors as the temperature drops


    Warm air rises. If your basement is very cold because it lacks insulation, heat from your feet will radiate down through the floor. I've assessed million-dollar homes built in this century where both contractor and architect installed electric radiant

  • Tips to Keep Older Homes Warm in Winter


    Evanston, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/02/2017 -- From drafty rooms to temperamental older heating systems, keeping an older home warm and toasty during the winter months can be a challenge. With the season of heavy jackets, scarves, snow boots, whipping

  • What To Consider Before Installing Heated Floors


    Radiant heat, also known as an in-floor heating system, can be a luxurious-feeling solution for a chilly space in your home or a smart overall strategy for heating your entire house. It's an often-requested upgrade for new homes, so it may also help

  • How Much Does Radiant Floor Heating Cost—and How Much Will You Save?


    Electric radiant floor heating is the kind that comes in mats of electric cables that are installed below your flooring of choice. Cost: DIY mat kits at In this method, tubes of water heated by your water heater or boiler run below the floor. Cost

  • Building Systems for Interior Designers

    John Wiley & Sons. 2011. ISBN: 9781118174326,1118174321. 464 pages.

    Building Systems for interior designers Second Edition Corky Binggeli, asid The updated guide to technical building systems for interior designers As integral members of the building design team, interior designers share an increasingly complex and crucial role. Now revised in its second edition, Building Systems for Interior Designers remains the one go-to resource that addresses the special concerns of the interior designer within the broader context of the rest of the building design team....

  • Renovating a Bathroom

    Taunton Press. 2017. ISBN: 156158584X,9781561585847. 160 pages.

    New articles from recent issues of the popular magazine have been added to "Remodeling a Bathroom" to provide readers with the very best current information on this ever-popular home improvement topic.

  • Masonry Heaters

    Chelsea Green Publishing. 2010. ISBN: 9781603583114,1603583114. 352 pages.

    Masonry Heaters is a complete guide to designing and living with one of the oldest, and yet one of the newest, heating devices. A masonry heater’s design, placement in the home, and luxurious radiant heat redefine the hearth for the modern era, turning it into a piece of the sun right inside the home. Like the feeling one gets from the sun on a spring day, the environment around a masonry heater feels fresh. The radiant heat feels better on the skin. It warms the home both gently and...

  • Remodeling a Basement

    Taunton Press. 2017. ISBN: 1561586595,9781561586592. 170 pages.

    A professional contractor and remodeler shares the depth of his experience in renovating basements, showing readers how to tackle the entire project, from the initial "dirty work" like framing and sheet rock through the rewarding finishing touches. Original.

  • Principles of Home Inspection

    Dearborn Real Estate. 2017. ISBN: 0793179556,9780793179558. 136 pages.

    Steam, electric and wall/floor hating methods are often neglected in other texts because they are not as widely used as other methods. For home inspectors who expect to see them in their practice, this book offers a solid introduction to the materials, components, operating principles, and safety controls of these heating methods.