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Water temps and costs different types of rad floor
I am trying to make a table which will list required water supply temps and cost for slab, thin slab, staple up and some of the other popular radiant floor structures (assume same floor covering and heat load). I want to be able to give people a good general idea of what radiant floor system to use. Anybody know a good source for this kind of info? Have client building new house who wants radiant 2nd floor (wood framing, cold climate). How do I choose between warmboard, gypcrete, subray, raupanel, staple-up etc? Need to know costs and water temps, we want them both to be low. Any tips appreciated
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