Before our family moved into the home they’re in now, the people I live with and I lived in a home that had been raised up on cylinder bricks, and most homes in our town were the same way. Though, most of them had siding. Of course, ours didn’t. This made a big difference during the winter. To make things worse, the people I live with and I had bare floors with throw rugs for traction. When wintertime came, our floors were so icy from the air traveling below the house; the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C component struggled to maintain the house’s warmth. The people I live with and I tried to purchase more rugs, since it had been cheaper than trying to carpet the whole house… It did not work. The people I live with and I had bad sinuses entirely because of those icy floors. If I owned my own home, I would entirely invest in radiant flooring. Not only could it be a lot more comfortable but it could help the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C component from needing to heat the roof, the air, plus the floor. They would function in tandem plus help with electric bills. Also, I have a big cat that sleeps on our floor. Most wintertime days, she is balled up on her pillow the people I live with and I have for her. However, heated floors would provide warmth for her, so she would sleep well. What I guess would also be nice is if the radiant floors would connect to a smart control component like our Heating, Ventilation plus A/C system. I would be able to operate the temperature of both at the same instance from someplace. I would preheat my floors from our bed before I entirely got up. Overall, the assist on energy saving could be the main reason for installing radiant flooring.