My husband and I recently remodeled our home.
The condo is a historical house that has been in the family for nearly four generations.
Needless to say, it was well-past time for an upgrade. As my lovely husband and I were remodeling our home—repainting rooms, updating the furniture, etc.—we also made the decision to get rid of the outdated carpeting and just install wood flooring instead. The dark wooden tones of the flooring all of us had picked out certainly complimented the décor as well as brought out the softer tones in the walls we eventually finished painting. Before all of us had begun the process of upgrade, however, our husband asked me about my overall thoughts on radiant heated floors—the flooring we’d picked out had mentioned in the description that it was a perfect option for radiant floor heating. I can admit without same, I had never heard of such a thing. Initially, all of us both said no but after he had taken the time to research the subject, our husband certainly wanted to Spring for the radiant flooring. He told me all about how the savings from energy efficiency are worth all of the upgrade costs but what certainly sold myself and others was the fact that in the winter all of us wouldn’t be getting out of bed as well as sticking our toes against an icy floor first thing in the afternoon. Every one of us ended up paying the extra fee to have the heated flooring as well as almost immediately it paid for itself in terms of energy efficiency. I am certainly blissful all of us did not get “cold feet” about the decision to install heated flooring, our energy bills are lower, as well as our toes are warmer thanks to it.