I’d always hated the flooring around my living room. It was this hideous brick that the previous homeowner setup. The guy used many different bricks and did not quite finish. I tried hiding it with rugs but still bothered me a lot. I then thought I would tackle the project and remove the brick. I wanted to restore it with wood floors. Before I managed to get to the ripping out process my good friend Stella recommended heated floors. Apparently with radiant flooring installation, the floors have to be torn out. I was definitely tearing out the flooring, thus it was perfect. Also I possess a boiler system. Radiant flooring can only be paired using a boiler. This is actually hydronic heating. The boiler would heat water that would flow through pipes. The warm piping inside the flooring is actually what heats your floors. So after I tear out the brick, I can have a HVAC company over to do the heating installation. They have to set up the piping and additionally connect it to my boiler system. Then I can lay down my wood floors in the pipes. It protects the heating system from damage and dust. Then the hydronic heating gets to work and I have toasty surfaces. It will be an expensive and messy project. But seeing that Stella has told me exactly about how great heated floors usually are, I want them very badly. Also I figured I really have no reason not to since I’ve already doing half the work. Just a bit more money and I can have an ideal heating system. It really did seem perfect.