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We just purchased a home in which we are going to be replacing EVERY bit of flooring. The forced air furnace is working, but could use replacement as well. We've always wanted to have a radiant floor heating system and figured this might be the time to do it.
I've been looking at systems using Warmboard and Raupanel, but they seem awful expensive for a bit of convenience.
My question is, if you were trying to keep costs down and labor time/costs were not a factor, what solution would you be looking at? Could a guy just lay down 5/8" board, router his own grooves and install some kind of plate system if he had the time to put in?
Obviously, I'm completely new to this so you can't hurt my feelings. Need some honest advice here.
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