This log home in Ulster County, NY, has 8,000 sq. ft. of radiant distribution embedded in concrete in the basement and in Gypcrete™ in the upper floors.
The Shawangunk project consists of four zones of radiant floor heat serviced by a Froling wood gasification boiler system with three water storage tanks. The control system automatically regulates and switches between wood boiler, wood storage system and back-up condensing LP gas boiler.
This 8,000 sq. ft. home in Orange County, NY, consists of 12 zones of radiant heat embedded in concrete or Gypcrete with dual condensing boilers as the heat source.
This home in Westchester County, NY, consists of 7,500 sq. ft. of radiant distribution in a combination of concrete, Gypcrete™, and Quik Trak™, with a geothermal heat pump as the heat source.
This project is a renovation of an 1860 carriage house and stable in Dutchess County, NY.
The Vidich-Stein residence in Ulster County, NY, consists of 5,000 square feet of radiant heat embedded in slabs and gypsum underlayment.
This 2,400 square foot home in Ulster County, NY, was built as a "spec" house. The radiant floor heating system became a positive, unique selling point of the home. The radiant heating system is simple and competitively priced.