I live in a easily cozy, though highly aged lake house on the west side of town. Many of the houses around mine were built in the 1950’s, as well as my own house, so they haven’t aged well internally when it comes to appliances or other component indoors. The lake house has always looked nice from the outside, however the inside honestly needed some upgrades to catch up to the 21st century! The plumbing was pretty old, and there were unnecessary landlines for PCs still in the walls that felt like an eyupore. However, I was most distraught with the radiator in the kitchen, which was practically nothing more than a paperweight! The radiator had been working at maybe more than nine percent of its original capacity since before I moved in, and it has been a blight on my life while the people I was with and I were in every passing Winter season. This year, I had enough of trying to make due with such terrible Heating and Air Conditioning components in the house, so I got in touch with the Heating and Air Conditioning maintenance serviceman that usually handles my home’s a/c tune-ups. When I pressed him about switching out the radiator, he couldn’t help however laugh! He confessed that he has been waiting for myself and others to say “the radiator has to go” for over a year, as the radiator has never been in enjoyable condition! With that in mind, I felt like radiators are likely a dead technology, so I asked what he proposed as a up-to-date alternative. He talked to myself and others about radiant floor heating, which is essentially the same concepts behind a radiator however implanted under the floorboards. That sounded exactly like what I wanted to bring my lake house into the 2000’s with the rest of us!