Our home was built in the 70's, on an exposed location North of Calgary, basement & main level, 1500 ft^2 per level, with wrap-around windows. The basement heating's in-pad ducts were leaking and both furnaces and boiler needed replacement. We decided to go for radiant heat, which was easy to install, since new air ducts would require space and expensive re-construction of the basement. The old in-pad ducts were grouted, and the pipes for radiant heat are easy to install in the walls and do not require space. Upstairs we now have a combination of hot-air & radiant heat, all serviced by a single high-efficiency furnace, including hot water. Finally, our Northern master-bedroom is snug & warm. Gas and electricity bills were significantly reduced, as is our environmental footprint. The specific layout of the house required a number of "boutique" solutions, which Mark worked out together with us, responding to our requirements. In the end, we also had a small upgrade done, at very little additional expense. So yes, when you need a specific solution, call Mark.