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Levittown installation photos


July 26, 2009
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These were the first mass-produced homes. Built after World War II, they all had hydronic radiant heating systems. Note the way they laid the tubing right on the ground, and used two-by-fours to hold it in place. When these rotted they gave the slab a place to crack, and that would be right where the copper tubes passed. Today, these homes sell for more than $500,000.