We sell to many installing radiant contractors who also have carpentry skills or a friend that does and can offer the General Contractor the confidence of a turnkey proposal that will lower their overall hassle factor for the project. We have over 30 years of working closely with radiant contractors and plumbers. We always recommend that whoever installs the Ecowarm RadiantBoard, the owner use a qualified radiant mechanical or plumbing contractor to install the heat source, controls, and piping.
We highly recommend that the general contractor works in conjunction with an experienced, local radiant mechanical contractor to install the mechanical equipment. Your local radiant mechanical installer who has experience in heat sources, radiant controls, and pumping and piping is so important in a successful overall project. Additionally, when the system needs servicing in the future your radiant contractor will be an excellent resource for the eventual homeowner.
Many of our clients are general contractors because they possess the cost-effective skills of carpentry that is so useful in installing Ecowarm RadiantBoard. It is often a cost-effective solution where the general contractor installs the board and even often the tubing from a plan from our design service and the plumber installs the mechanical room as well as supply and return lines, manifolds and provides system startup.
While we can be of help in discussing a local radiant contractor, the national radiant heating trade group has a list of very qualified radiant contractors across the nation. Many of these are award-winning contractors. RPA Installing Contractors.
If you are contracting your own home, you will need to feel confident that you have the carpentry skills to install Ecowarm RadiantBoard. Watch our installation video and read our installation manual to be sure you are confident of your skills. Installation Video