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Radiant floors are fantastic, but come at a higher price point Radiant floors are extremely comfortable because we are in physical contact with the emitting surface Radiant floors are limited to around 30 Btus per square foot output due to human contact Radiant walls have the ability to deliver excellent thermal comfort Radiant walls are typically limited to wainscot height Radiant walls can be installed for less money per square foot of living space than floors Radiant walls can be compatible with alternative energy sources Radiant wall installation may require some sheetrock removal Radiant walls may limit placement of certain large furniture items that may block them

As I have shown in the articles over the past year or so, we have many choices above and beyond the well-known radiant floor for delivering excellent radiant comfort, in the heating and cooling modes. I emphasize radiant comfort in my ongoing effort to show the world that we are so much more than just warm floors.

I’d like to close this discussion by speaking of the advantages, benefits and disadvantages of each method and move on to some other ways of providing contractors the

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