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Warmboard Inc. celebrates 10-yr. anniversary

November 1, 2012
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Warmboard Inc. is celebrating 10 years with its patented and award-winning design of energy-efficient radiant heating panels. In spite of the struggling housing market and economy, Warmboard has expanded its share of the radiant industry. Warmboard’s unique design generates more heat from much lower water temperatures (10–40º below any competitor), making it the most green and cost-effective heating solution available.  

“The superior performance of Warmboard saves many of our clients thousands of dollars annually on energy bills. Our lower water temperatures allow for seamless integration with solar and geothermal energy sources, further reducing environmental impact,” says Tony Gasparich, president and COO of Warmboard. “The cost savings, ease of installation, responsiveness and sustainability make Warmboard the preferred choice for architects and home building professionals.”  

The original Warmboard radiant panel is also a code-approved, structural subfloor. It installs more conveniently and requires fewer additional materials than any other hydronic radiant system. Warmboard-R, a retrofit product released last year, is a smaller, thinner radiant panel designed specifically for remodels and home improvement projects.  

“Warmboard-R continues our tradition of redefining indoor comfort and we have seen an extraordinary response from homeowners and remodelers. For anyone looking to upgrade their current residence, Warmboard-R is the ideal solution,” says Terry Alsberg, founder and CEO.

Compared to common forced-air systems, Warmboard is said to greatly improve indoor air quality, reducing the amount of dust, allergens and mold spores in a home. Asthma attacks and allergies can be noticeably reduced. Its products have the ability to assist in NetZero environments, where the amount of energy generated by the house is equal to or greater than the amount consumed, and generate up to 15 points for any given project.


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