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RadiantLink In wall heating

07 Mar Do-It-Yourself Inflooring Heating Part 2

Do-It-Yourself Part 2 We are really proud of our do- it- yourself project for our basement renovation.  We want to share the work we have completed to date.  This weekend we will be connecting the in-wall heating system to RadiantLink. As mentioned in the first do-it-yourself blog Do It Yourself Project – In-Wall Hydronic Radiant Heating- basements are very much the energy...

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01 Mar Five Things to think about when choosing to warm your home with a space heater and how infloor heating will save the day

Five Things to think about when choosing to warm your home with a space heater. While shopping at Costco before Christmas I noticed SaskPower had a display booth for energy efficient light bulbs.  On the same display Costco was selling indoor heaters.  The purpose of this blog is not to criticize a product but to be curious and ask the hard...

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RadiantLink floor warming

15 Feb Five reasons you need heated floors in your house – resale, luxury, therapy, environmentally friendly and cost effective.

Wrapping your home in warmth with RadiantLink will build lots of positives into your home At RadiantLink, we want to remove the ‘unknowns’ of infloor heating and show you how easy it is to build luxury, comfort, and a positive resale value into your home. Wrapping your home in warmth is what we do.  We create the warmth which give you...

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Electric Floor heating and RadiantLink

07 Feb Hydronic floor heating vs electric floor heating

Renovating your home or thinking of building – questions to ask about Electric Heated Floors or Hydronic Heated Floors. Having the conversation about heated floors is a great place to start when thinking of renovating you home or building new.  There are several options for you to consider, and at RadiantLink we want to share these options. Radiant heating systems can be...

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RadiantLink warm floors

01 Feb How Heated/Cooled Concrete Floors Work to Create “Hygge”

Heated Concrete Floors build warmth and coziness into a home. The Danish are said to have it all.  And, despite its dreary weather, Denmark took the top spot on the United Nation’s World Happiness Report in 2012, 2013 and 2016 (it came third in 2015, behind Switzerland and Iceland). The reason for their happiness is found in the strange word “hygge” pronounced ‘hug...

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25 Jan Do It Yourself Project – In-Wall Hydronic Radiant Heating

Do It Yourself Project – In-Wall Hydronic Radiant Heating In-wall Hydronic heating With RadiantLink We own a small bungalow of 900 square feet which was built in 1952. The basement was dated and cold. We took the opportunity to warm up the space with a hydronic radiant heating system using RadiantLink and the furnace. Instead of installing the pex piping in...

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