Since I moved into my house, I’ve had complications keeping the location warm where I need it to be. The residence is actually fairly small, with only two bedrooms in addition to two restrooms, a dining room in addition to a family room. There’s a immense window unit to keep the apartment cool, which is superb. The only real problem is that it gets hot for only a few months of the year. The heating system on the other hand is regularly needed, especially at night. The concern is that it’s an old heating system! It makes the dining room truly toasty, but the other rooms tend to get only a little warmer with its use. Inefficiency aside, it’s also dangerous, as the radiator gets so hot that it can cause cloth to literally catch fire! I found this out the hard way one particular night, when I wasn’t thinking and I just threw my coat on the radiator before sitting on my couch. After merely 10 minutes, I began to smell burning fabric, and I gazed over to see smoke coming from my coat! I rapidly grabbed the coat off the radiator and proceeded to open the windows, hoping the cold night air would help the radiator cool off a tad bit. Dealing with situations like that as a risk, it’s no wonder why I started looking into alternate approaches to heat my house. I called the local Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C business and had a worker survey the house. She made the suggestion to have radiant flooring installed in the house. The method would be much safer, for one, as the heat would come from pipes running under the floorboards of the house, in addition to disperse evenly throughout the entire home. It was a bit fancy for me, even though I was assured that it would be a long-term payoff to go this route instead of installing a heating system in addition to air ducts. In a few weeks they’ll be installing the radiant floor system, even though I wish they’d do it sooner than later!