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Walse Darby company are out of their minds.they gave a price 24,000.oo to do radiant in my house.does not include labor only parts.the house is 2500 sq ft,the basement is 900 sq ft finish that next year job.can someone recommend someone with out get hit with a sledge hammer. i live in suffolk ,ny


  • Robert O'Brien
    Robert O'Brien Member Posts: 3,541

    is the local manufacturers rep for Wirsbo,Viessmann and Taco among others.They are not contractors and certainly couldn't and wouldn't quote prices to a homeowner. An absolutely top-notch operation with great service,I've never been disappointed. There's some type of misunderstanding here

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  • Al Corelli_2
    Al Corelli_2 Member Posts: 395
    Wales Darby

    Nothing bu good things to say about Wales Darby.

    For Westchester county, your price for "parts" is pretty good.

    Good material costs money.

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    Al Corelli, NY

  • Norm Harvey
    Norm Harvey Member Posts: 684

    I just finished a 2,500 sq ft home south of Boston with wirsbo/uponor quick trak product. Injection pumping and tekmar made controls and my materials price was more than that.

    Theres no doubt Radiant is expensive.

    But There is also no doubt that the comfort level of this house is amazing.

    With any contractor, ask for pictures of previous work and referances, and call those referances and chat a bit.

    "We see the world as WE are, not as IT is, because it is the "I" behind the EYE that does the seeing"
  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
    interesting , very interesting *~/:)

    Any particular Type of "radiant" ?

    does this include the heat source?
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