I’ve been listening to my fantastic friend Jeff rant and rave about his modern radiant radiant floors; The way he talks about them, you’d suppose that he discovered gold under his floorboards! Though not actual gold, he did find savings on his utility bills by laying the passive heating idea under his floorboards. The way radiant heating works is with the introduction of heated cables, which can be powered with sizzling water from a boiler, or by electricity, however either way, the cables heat up, and emit heat through a material laid out under the flooring of the house. This causes the heat to rise up naturally, however with perfect coverage of each room where radiant radiant floors are installed! How cool is that? To be honest, Jeff gloating about how fantastic the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C idea is got myself and others thinking about having the radiant radiant floors installed at my own house, however i’ve heard that they can help you save a chunk of change on the utility bills, as radiant radiant floors use far less energy than an electric oil furnace by comparison, but plus, there’s no cold spots or drafts with a radiant flooring system! There isn’t 1 spot of any room with radiant floors that isn’t warmed up. The best way to particularly maximize a idea love this is to have a ceiling fan on and set in the reverse direction. That way, the rising heat can be pushed back down.