In a world where many are struggling to keep cool, radiant floor-heating is a solution to help keep the home comfortable.
Here’s how to install it in your home.
Find out what type of radiant floor you need 2.
Find a location where you can have your floor heated by a pump and install it using a lift system or pump toaster 3.
If you need to get a lift from the street, buy a lift service and install one to do the job 4.
Have a handy friend or family member check the lift in case it needs to be fixed or repaired 5.
Check your heating system and see if there are any leaks 6.
Check the ventilation system for leaks and ensure there are no problems with it 7.
Have your furnace inspected for any problems, and check the ductwork for leaks 8.
Take any pictures of your floor that you can for your records to show what type and size you need 9.
Install your floor heating system 10.
Check for leaks in the ducts 11.
Get any necessary safety equipment such as sprinklers 12.
Put in the flooring 13.
Install the heating system 14.
Take your furnace inspection and put it back in service 15.
Check to see if it needs a replacement or service 16.
Inspect the ventilation and ceiling systems 17.
Check if there is any damage to the ceiling 18.
Check all the plumbing fixtures 19.
Have an outside person inspect the outside of your house to make sure it is safe for you and your family 20.
Have someone check the vents 21.
Have the air conditioning system checked to make certain that the unit has no problems.
Check that the air conditioner is working properly 23.
Check whether there are leaks in your furnace 24.
Check any wiring harnesses or other connections 25.
Have all the appliances checked to ensure that they are working properly 26.
Have it inspected to make any repairs to your heating and cooling system.
Check out the internet for any information on how to get rid of any mould or grime or any other problems with your house or property.
Check with your health insurance company for any additional insurance cover you might need.