In floor radiant floor heating is incredibly useful, comfortable and environmentally friendly when designed and installed correctly.  When installed incorrectly, however, it can be uncomfortable, inefficient and lose its environmental friendliness.  When deciding on a radiant heating system, one should take into account many variables, the first of which is the type of system and fuel that will best fit your needs.
The installation of your system is based on many variables. First, you should choose what type of installation will best fit your project, whether in concrete, a thin slab, in floorboard, in floorboard Warm board, or under-subfloor with Radiant Trek.  After you’ve decided what type of installation will be used, the system can be tailored to your needs. A heat loss calculation will determine the required tube/cable spacing for each area and zone. All directions and recommendation should be followed to achieve the best system for you.