When me and my hubby were talking about selling our house, he told me about how he wanted to have radiant heated floors installed into the home first. I wasn’t sure what that was, so I asked him to please explain it all to me in deep detail. He proceeded to glow as he told and explained to me about how it works, starting with the upgrade of electric cables or hot sizzling water pipes under the floor of the house, then between the cables or pipes would be a material that helps disperse heat, and allows the air to spread out evenly across the entire surface. It was really an interesting idea, but what would the floor look like as a result? My husband than showed me an online catalog of vinylas well as fake wood floors that will look sharp, but still allow the sizzling hot air to pass through. I admit, at this point I was willing to consider the option as a gas furnace, but I didn’t understand at all how it was controlled, but my husband then ended his case for radiant heating by saying that the controls can be linked direct to a digital thermostat, or even programmed to turn on or off with the opening or closing of a door; At that point I was really sold! My hubby and I were going to get radiant heating for our home, and just enjoy it for a while before both of us start trying to sell the home.