Boise, ID (PRWEB) February 22, 2006
For many homeowners, investing in a sensible, energy-efficient system has turned into an out-and-out disaster.
Radiant heat, touted as one of the cleanest and most cost-effective energy sources on the market, has proven to be far more complex to properly design and then install.
With the demand for radiant heat skyrocketing, there is a real shortage of qualified radiant heat designers. Many tradesmen with little to no radiant heat experience are being enticed to change their tool belts in attempt to get a slice of the pie.
Trouble is, many lack the heating technology and controls knowledge to properly design a radiant heat system, which results in improper product selection. When coupled with a shortage of experience, many of today’s homeowners are receiving haphazard work.
Homeowners are failing to realize the importance of a well-designed system. Each home must be properly evaluated in order to create a system that is cost-effective and trouble free.
Larry Lang of Radiant heat disasters, is no stranger to homeowner horror stories. Respected in the industry for his radiant heating expertise, Larry has recently authored an eBook titled “What You NEED to Know BEFORE You Sign That Contract.”
Larry is tired of the way the industry is evolving and believes that an educated radiant heat consumer will be a qualified tradesman’s best customer.
Larry Lang stated, “The construction industry holds some of the smartest and most reputable contractors in the industry, but unfortunately there are still a few bad apples that ruin it for us all.”
“I’m convinced that a radiant heat system is an excellent home-heating choice. I believe that with a little education, homeowners can save themselves a lot of time, aggravation and money,” said Lang. “In a couple of hours, you can update your knowledge and be in a position to select a knowledgeable and reputable installer.”
With more than eight years experience as a construction contractor, Larry Lang, founder of www.radiantheatingdisasters.com specializes in consulting. He has worked on a variety of residential and commercial radiant heat installations.
To help consumers, Larry has created a website that provides radiant heat education and resources to homeowners. At www.radiantheatingdisasters.com homeowners can register for a free report and newsletters that contain informative articles about hydronic systems.
His recently released eBook “Radiant Heat – What You Need to Know BEFORE You Sign That Contract” covers the concepts and benefits of radiant heat, as well as the many options available. He provides many helpful tips to homeowners so they can be assured of a perfect and trouble free installation.
For full details about Larry’s eBook or to learn more about Larry Lang and Radiant Heating Disasters, please visit www.radiantheatingdisasters.com or call Larry directly at 509-994-7379.