Heated flooring was a nice choice

I debated on heated flooring for the longest… I live in Fort Worth, TX.

  • While it does not get that cold here, there are chilly points, then so having a furnace is a requirement.

I have gotten by with a ductless mini split in a few rooms. I have the heating going just to keep everything comfy. I am not a fan of ductless heating though. It takes up wall space & isn’t that powerful. I was regularly eyeing up my flooring & thinking about something different… One year I got it in my head that it was the time. So I ripped up all my outdated rug & was sold on a brick that hid dirt perfectly. I study that heated flooring works especially well with tile. It keeps the heat the best, also redoing the flooring is the best time to add a radiant heater. Other than that, it is only positive to this system. So I made the option that it was the day for heated flooring. I had a Fort Worth heating supplier do it for me, however they did the radiant heater installation & all I had to do was add brick board for them & then the final brick overtop. The furnace is safely tucked away under the floors & out of sight. I don’t absolutely need to call for service or anything like that. What could they do with it sealed under the floors? I now have a quiet, energy smart, & cleaner furnace. I detached all my ductless boilers to free up wall space! My rooms feel warmer, look better, & my energy bills are so much nicer. It was a smart replace.


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