Hey folks, its been a while since I posted here.... I am working hard at our new home and thought I would post on this forum and perhaps get some advice / constructive critism that might spawn ideas, etc. I'm building in New Brunswick, Canada. About 30 x 60, plus a prow, a basement and a story and a half. The basement is all done now. We are using Logix ICF, 10" walls. In the basement floor I buried over 3 kilometers of PEX. We used 1/2" oxypex with 9" spacing, 6" near the walls. Underneath we put down insulworks 2" insulation there - it was great snapping the tubing into that. Now we are just finishing putting the first floor joist on. On top of this I am putting on warmboard radiant panels which double as the subfloor. I managed to find a deal on these panels on a repoed job in Alaska and had them shipped to me. Was able to save about $4000 after shipping! I have a Froling 3000 Turbo preordered from Revision Heat in NH, I'm pretty excited about that! We'll will be using storage so I'm thinking it will be most beneficial using the warmboard, which doesn't require high temps to be effective. I'm hoping to get away with minimal amount of circ pumps in our system and use zone valves. Anyway I decided to add some pictures to here if anyone is interested. Any pointers would be great. This is my first and last house and I am by no means an expert at anything! I'm 24 years old and learning everyday. So far the only person we've hired is the floor finisher, everyone else is free help! I am blessed with many great friends and family.