I have a friend with a custom built true adobe house in Sedona. The
walls are 18" adobe, but the floors are poured stained concrete. My
house is a 1959 ranch-style house with radient heating where the copper
pipe was laid down, then the slab poured. Don't know how you'd
accomplish this with a raised foundation house as you seem to have.
Could be horrifically expensive.
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Sorry to take so long to respond. As Yaofeng noted, we would need
money to burn in order to do this. Given the housing market, it
doesn't seem like a worthwhile investment. We are going with a new
wood floor and other winterizing repairs instead.
Thanks for the advice!
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