I mean, before I even transport in, I’m going to have called some sort of furnace service, or Heating, Ventilation and A/C contractor to have a heating system upgraded to the latest, & installing heated flooring
When I am finished with my studies, one of the potential sites I am looking at moving to is Alaska; I’ve consistently been transfixed with the “Great White North”, & as I’ve grown up, & our job possibilities have matured, it seems to be the perfect fit for our future job, of course, moving so far north is going to be a immense change for me, as someone who had grown up in the southeastern US. I have yet to transport away from our hometown’s temperate paradise, so our temporal tolerance pretty much finds its conclusion at 65 degrees fahrenheit… For the forsaken few weeks a year when the thermometer dips below 60, I’m frozen to the bone, constantly complaining. So, due to our subpar frigid tolerance, & our want to transport to a much less tropical area, I’ve decided to install radiant floors in our future home! I’m truthfully hoping that Alaska has a monopoly on nice Heating, Ventilation and A/C workers, because I genuinely am convinced the only way I can thrive in such an environment is with the assurance of being heated from the ground up. I mean, before I even transport in, I’m going to have called some sort of furnace service, or Heating, Ventilation and A/C contractor to have a heating system upgraded to the latest, & installing heated flooring. I’m sure our cat will be a fan of the heated floors as much as I will be; I’m sure he will greatly care about the constantly-warm flooring, as opposed to his current, regular & non-temperature controlled options. In all seriousness though, just the thought of waking up on an icy & snowy morning, getting out of our moderate bed, & stepping onto a luxurious, heated floor, set to the perfect temperature; I just know I’ll be able to excel at life despite anything the Great White North has to throw at me.