My good friend has a really fascinating profession. She buys homes in awful shape and then restores them from the ground up. Last month she purchased a smaller property that I thought would be the perfect fit for me and my girlfriend, so she’s been letting me others give some opinions on the renovation of the property. One of the first things that she needed to make a decision on was the modern heating and cooling unit. The home had been left vacant for so long that the old oil furnace was completely useless. Also the walls had to be gutted as well. All that’s left is the foundation and some nails. They are even doing a new roof, and I told her I had always wanted radiant floors, although I was sad about the high cost adding to the budget. This could raise the end price of the home in order for her to make a solid profit. She was happy to tell myself and others about this new heating plan he had just l bought about called an open direct radiant heater. This type of plan uses piping hot liquid forced through a series of tubes under the floor in order to heat the home. What make it stand out is that this same plan which heats the floors can also be made to operate a water gas furnace thanks to the modern open direct system, then combined with a solid water heater, the open direct radiant gas furnace can also run at even colder rapidly increasing temperatures, so we’ll typically be warm and toasty no matter how the temperature outside. Not only is this plan more affordable than other types of radiant heater, but it also saves us costs on the water heater. I have been told most people don’t bother with it because it would be tough to install on a pre-existing home.