Creatherm Radiant Floor Panels – Fast. Easy. Saves Labor. Just Walk It In.
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Creatherm radiant floor panels, manufactured out of BASF Styropor EPS and Neopor, offer contractors an innovative foam installation process that saves time and money. Creatherm radiant floor panels are easily installed. Interlocking panels help reduce labor costs and improve installation efficiences by allowing for percise tube layout that eliminates the need to tie, clip, staple or screw the hydronic tubing to the substrate.
Save Energy. Enjoy Carefree Comfort. Protect the Environment.
More efficient technology means it takes less energy to heat and cool a building to the same degree. The payoff: a better balance for the environment, the building and the owner. It really is a great feeling to know that you can help keep a building warm in the winter and cool in the summer without sacrificing a commitment to conserve resources.
Please checkout our website at http://www.creatherm.com/ or contact us Toll Free: 888.WALK-IT-IN (925-5484).
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