Built-in luxury

Fazzini, Kate
February 2007
Home Channel News;2/5/2007, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p43
The article reports on the installation of radiant heating systems by Roger Sheppard Construction into floors, kitchen and bathroom countertops of vacation homes in Whistler, British Columbia. Roger Sheppard, founder of the local builder, follows the trends demanded by customers. The radiant heating systems were manufactured by Nuheat. Shappard also installed steam rooms and wine storage for high-end kitchens.


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