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New ICF House and need someone to assist with Radiant heat design
After spending several hours studying the post on this site, I have come to the conclusion that there is a lot of mis-information on the internet. I am in the process of building a new house with ICF blocks. I am going to use 8" concrete for the basement and 6" walls for the floor level. I am planning on the basement slab to have insulation under and tubing in the slab. The floor level will have the tubing mounted to the floor and overlayed with light concrete. The basement will be unfinished for some period of time so will probably not need to be heated too warm. I will be using propane for the heat source.
I am not opposed to paying someone to do a design that will in my situation. I live in Northern Colorado where it does get pretty cold. I am very capable of doing all of the work myself. Just need the plans or guidance. The closest company that I can find is over 75 miles away.