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Posted by Barry LaDuke on March 16th, 2000 02:54 PM
In reply to Maple Hardwood floor over Radiant Heat subfloor by Anita Van Asperdt on February 8th, 2000 04:13 PM [Go to top of thread]

Warmboard will not affect your maple flooring as it is a "dry" radiant approach, as opposed to a poured cement floor (which contains the moisture that is actually the culprit to wood damage.)

Stay away from moisture-laden base products and radiant floors will work just fine with your flooring.

Check out the site and look for Tech9.html page relating to hardwood and in-floor heat.


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