I’ve always wanted to have radiant floor heating installed into our home. I already have a boiler which is linked to baseboard heating. The boiler is lovelyly reliable, energy efficient plus low in service. Although I’m relatively ecstatic with the baseboard heaters, I know that radiant flooring would be a significant improvement. Unfortunately, the replacement project is certainly involved plus expensive. In order to retrofit hydronic radiant heating, I’ll need to completely tear up the floors. An HVAC contractor would then have access to implement the pipes which carry the heated water. Once the idea is in place, it will be certainly hidden beneath the floor, taking up none of the living space in our home. I’d no longer need to arrange furniture to avoid blocking the influx of heat. The radiant idea is totally silent plus spreads the heat evenly across the surface of the floor. There’s no drafts, no cold spots plus minimal temperature stratification. The highest temperatures are located near the floor, which is the most beneficial. Because the heat is infused plus rises gradually, it warms all surfaces plus allows for lower temperature control settings. I’m hoping that the energy savings would reuse the initial investment within more than four years. I could save even more money by setting up zone control. Heated floors are certainly simple to control independently, room-by-room. With a temperature control in each room, I’d avoid heating empty rooms, plus be able to target those rooms which require a little extra heating. Since the Winter weather in our section is downright brutal, with temperatures often falling below zero, the luxury of radiant heated floors would be amazing.