This month I’ve spent more hours in home repair stores than any other time in my life, I can remember. I can’t declare when I have frequented the lumber, water system, and hardware sections of major home stores just like Lowes and Home Depot until some ages ago. In preparation for a major life move with my husband, we started scoping out the cheapest options for our housing needs, and I’ve learned quite a bit about the interior options which exist for modern homes today. For instance, I now know about radiant floor heating, and I can’t wait to set up it throughout our new house. My entire life I’ve just experienced traditional furnaces and fireplaces as reasons for heating our home, and I thought that worked quite effectively to maintain a house’s heat even during subarctic winters. I had zero idea, however, that there was one way to heat your house through these type of floorboards! It turns out that you have flooring tiles, usually laminates, including heated wires inside as well. You install the floors in whatever rooms you need, and can adjust the temperature with incredible efficiency and accuracy by a programmed thermostat, just as you normally would. The digital temperature control comes with setting very specific temperatures along with the utmost control for your budget. There is also less energy involved if you aren’t transporting hot air from a central location to satellite positions throughout your entire home. I can’t wait until we could eventually tackle another project in addition to this install of radiant heated flooring solar panels into our kitchen, dining location, and both bathrooms; thank god for frequenting home repair stores to provide options!