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  • 12). Insulating Foundations  By : Larry Lang
    Even if your home seems to be tightly sealed and well-insulated, if you have a foundation that’s not insulated properly, you will experience a large loss of heat. Foundation insulation can result in lower heating costs and may help avoid water vapor condensation problems. Poor foundation installation can make below grade rooms very uncomfortable and can result in many problems, to much moisture, radon infiltration, and an influx of insects.
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  • 13). Failing to Protect the Tubing Bends  By : Larry Lang
    For decades, in-floor radiant heating systems have been extensively used in Europe. Many people that have chosen a radiant heating system are aware of how comfortable, quiet and cost-effective radiant heat is to operate. Yet, with poor design and installation of a radiant heat system certain areas of your home may be cold, while others are hot. To ensure that your system will maintain a comfortable and uniform temperature, professional design and installation by a qualified in-floor radiant heating expert is advised.
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