At my place, there is always a draft that I can not get rid of. I did extensive weather stripping to the entryways to ensure that it wasn’t moderate air escaping or freezing air getting in. I had my Heating, Ventilation and A/C system installed by a reputable HVAC provider and regularly maintained as well, but the draftiness seemed to persist. Ultimately, it occurred to me that a forced air heater simply had flaws. With my ducts and air vents, the hot air was coming from the ceiling, so the nice, moderate air temperatures remain way up there and not so much towards the floor. I also struggled with unevenly heating rooms. When I complained about these issues to an Heating, Ventilation and A/C company who was there for my annual winter service, he told me all about a weird kind of gas furnace. He advocated that I look into radiant radiant floors. Radiant radiant floors were thought to be far more efficient when it came to heating a home. When you use heated flooring, the tropical air rises up from below the floorboards where there are electric heating coils or pipes full of sizzling water to create the heat. Because it is designed this way, radiant heated flooring keeps the tropical air low to the ground, towards the floor where it is used by people who are actually closer to the floor than the twelve-foot ceilings. Imagine that! Also, since heat naturally rises, radiant heated flooring generally creates more evenly moderate temperatures everywhere in the room. I was sold on getting radiant radiant floors, I just needed to save up the currency and then schedule a time for upgrade. A few months after deciding I wanted heated flooring, I have my radiant heated flooring installed and it keeps my home more comfortable and uses less energy. I don’t suppose why I ever considered having any other kind of heating in my place!