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Ryan Johnson
Ryan Johnson 3 years ago

Thanks for the response, I am in a zone 4a just off the southern end of Georgian Bay we get lots of snow in winter with many days a -20c and days as low as -30c we also get wet cold off of the lakes, summertime temperatures often above 25c and humid. I have built many ICF homes over the years most with hydronic floors, the biggest problems I have run into is with homeowners topping up with well water and having lime scale buildup in boilers or finishing basements after the fact and piercing tubing, to prevent the later I have move to 5" concrete floors. I have found that by placing hydronic panels on wall under over hangs reduces the need to cover panels in the summer. Always curious about advancements in housing tech