There are two main types of heating used in houses, gas and electric, with both of those forced air heating is the most common, but hydronic floor heating is a great alternative to the forced air heating.
Conservation of energy is not the only reason that up to 30% of new homeowners are turning to hydronic floor heating. Remodeling projects are also looking the this heat form that makes sense for comfort, durability and saving money on a long term basis.
The field of hydronic heating uses water circulated throughout to heat the home. The water is actually recycled and therefore is considered green energy, leaving a smaller carbon footprint in its wake. Whether you live in an older home or a new building, hydronics can be used for your heating enjoyment.