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Fundamentals of indoor environmental quality / thermal comfort and air quality solutions using radiant based HVAC

We're happy to introduce on behalf of the RPA, the 2014 and 2015 Radiant Flooring Guide published by BNP Media for the Radiant Professionals Alliance.

Not a "Do-it-Yourself" installation guide, this publication is designed to help homeowners and building designers understand their flooring and radiant choices.

The Guide is the only annual publication that provides detailed articles on how to match various floor covering and subflooring materials with radiant heating systems. Jam-packed with photographs, illustrations, charts and tables, it provides you the insight and knowledge to create both a beautiful and comfortable floor.

The Radiant Flooring Guide is an indispensable tool for architects, heating contactors, mechanical contractors, floor covering retailers and installers, builders, wholesalers, radiant system specifiers and homeowners. It provides all the information for making proper choices on flooring over radiant heating systems, including an updated directory of radiant floor product manufacturers.

Related reading:

Radiant Cooling

Radiant Design Guide Part I
Radiant Design Guide Part II
How to use NRC's IA-QUEST IAQ and VOC Simulator

How to use the ASHRAE Design Graph for Radiant Panels

Do I need an engineer? A Guide to HVAC/Indoor Climate Design Service Providers
Where will your indoor climate system score?
How to "ball park" your budget for indoor climate control.
Indoor environments: Self assessment
Built to code: What does it mean for consumer thermal comfort?
The Total Comfort System - The "Un-minimum" System
Thermal Comfort: A 40 grit perspective for consumers
Thermal Comfort: A Condition of Mind

Do-It-Yourself HVAC - Should you do it?
The Cost of HVAC Systems - Are You Paying Too Much for Downgrades?
Radiant Installations - The Good, Bad and Ugly
Thermal Comfort Surveys - Post Occupancy, Part I
Thermal Comfort Surveys - Post Occupancy, Part II

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