Grow radiant —exploring alternative radiant heating surfaces

My long term goal for this property is to say that it is a net zero home I decided to apply a product named Roth Panel It wasn’t designed for application on a ceiling, hence the need for the plywood mounting surface The home is extremely comfortable once it is up and running

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My first major application of a site built radiant panel heating system was at my home in the mountains. I have chronicled this project, known as Hydronicahh, in past issues of CONTRACTOR. My long term goal for this property is to eventually achieve the ability to say that it is a net zero home. I intend to do this using as much alternative energy as possible including solar thermal, solar PV, air

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