Home Product Reviews Little Neck NY

Radiant floor heating in Little Neck is the latest home system to get a high-tech control with Uponor's Climate Cŏntrol – Multifunction. The hydronic controller offers a streamlined, less time-intensive approach to installing controls for radiant heating and cooling systems, according to the manufacturer.

Local Companies

The Source Home Theater Installation & Design Corp
(646) 824-7610
14 Wall Street
New York, NY
American Audiophile
(516) 887-7530
373 Sunrise Highway
Lynbrook, NY
Custom Integrated System
(212) 255-7991
P. O. Box 20212
New York, NY
Audio Video Systems, Inc. ~Founding Member~
(516) 739-1010
25 Adams Court
Plainview, NY
Cosmophonic Sound
212-734-0459
1622 First Ave
New York, NY
Tarr Technology
(646) 536-3899
336 West 37th Street
New York, NY
Audio Video Craft
(718) 706-8300
909 44th Ave
Long Island City, NY
Magnolia Home Theater
(631) 427-5161
148 WALT WHITMAN RD
Huntington Station, NY
Matrix Sound & Vision
(646) 879-5439
410 Central Park WestApt. 4F
New York, NY
Everglades Technologies, LLC
(212) 741-0000
1 Union Square WestSte. 302
New York, NY

Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine
Publication date: April 14, 2008

By Jeffrey Lee and Victoria Markovitz

Hanley Wood product editors combed the Kitchen/Bath Industry Show, held last week in Chicago, in search of innovative and interesting introductions for you and your clients. Here are a few of the best introductions that were on display.

Uponor. Radiant floor heating is the latest home system to get a high-tech control with Uponor's Climate Cŏntrol – Multifunction. The hydronic controller offers a streamlined, less time-intensive approach to installing controls for radiant heating and cooling systems, according to the manufacturer. Instead of creating specific individual controls for domestic hot water, mixing, snowmelt, boiler staging, and zone pumping,the programmable control can handle each of the functions. A separate network controller, set to hit the market in July, also will give homeowners access to thermostats and will allow them to access the control from the Web.

GE. Monogram Professional rangetops use dual-flame stacked burners that provide a range of cooking performance, from a variable low simmer of 140-195 degrees F to a high output of 18,000 BTUs. A stainless steel and aluminum-clad griddle offers 18,000 BTUs (natural gas) of cooking power, and an adjustable-output 14,000-BTU ceramic infrared grill is also available. Beneath the gas rangetop are two self-cleaning ovens.

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