Radiant heated floor diagram.  For sure I will be having radiant heated floors in my forever home.

Radiant Floor Heating

5 things to know about radiant floor heating - when we re-do sunroom floor, want to install heating under it - maybe hydronic as we already have radiant heat throughout the house?

Radiant Floor Heating (Electric vs hydronic) HM thinks Hydronic for living, dining and kitchen. Carpet in bedrooms.

Radiant heat.  The most comfortable homes I have ever been in during cold weather were radiant heat homes.

Frequently asked questions about concrete floor radiant heating including how hot is it, tube leaking, air conditioning, zoning, etc.

Install Heated Flooring for Less than What You’d Expect! Bathroom Remodeling Blog

Install Heated Flooring for Less than What You’d Expect!

Looking for information on bathroom trends, but don't know where to turn? Check out our Comparison of the NKBA Survey & Houzz Bathroom Trends - it will help clear up the confusion!

switching to radiant floor heating 101 - benefits (compared to forced air) include more efficient heating, less allergens, does not dry the air

Radiant Floor Heating 101

With comfort, efficiency, and quiet operations, radiant floor heating is arguably the ideal home system. Here's why homeowners switch to it.

The Floor Joist Installation | | DIY Radiant Floor Heating | Radiant Floor Company

Installing floor joists A floor joist installation presents some unique challenges not found in the wide-open, more flexible environment of the slab on grade

Radiant Heating - ImagineEnergy - Sebring Services

Your Guide to Radiant Floor Heating: The Pros and Cons

Insulated concrete forms with radiant floor heating system

Insulated concrete exterior slowing the bleed of heat to the outside with radiant floor heating system heating the thermal mass slab and radiating heat into the home.

Retrofitting Radiant Heating Installing water-filled tubing underfoot to heat a room requires some creativity when the flooring's already in place

Retrofitting Radiant Heating

Retrofitting Radiant Heating Always use PEX tubing. PEX stands for cross-linked polyethelene, an incredibly tough plastic that can be heated and cooled a couple of million times and not become brittle