Completely gutted and retrofitted into a luxurious Spanish style home. Ecowarm throughout. Custom tile work in all of the bathrooms and a very open floor plan.
Built in the 1800s and initially sat on land up the hill but in early 1900s was moved to its current location on Myrtle street.
Rancho De Smith a commercial job in Santa Fe, NM.
This project has two levels and three types of floor goods.
I am a licensed plumber building my own custom home and have always desired an in-floor heated home.
Cathedral ceiling in a family room
Ecowarm is easy to install and we use it often
Renovation of a historical building into a wood boat building facility with apartments above.
Learn all about installing tile over Ecowarm RadiantBoard radiant heat systems.
I grew up in a house with an addition with radiant floor heating. My mother was a Frank Lloyd Wright fan and so the new wing on our house had radiant floor heating with tubing in concrete covered with a thin cork floor. Frank Lloyd Wright was an early proponent of radiant floor heating. I remember it was always warm and inviting in the big playroom with radiant heat where we kids always played. Later as a professor at the University of New Mexico in the early 1980s, I met a Norwegian who was promoting and educating people about radiant floor heating. Again I was amazed at how comfortable it was. This time I also wanted to understand the thermodynamics of how it worked and all the ways it could be installed. Thus began my now 36 year involvement with radiant floor heating.