We have an old house. You know that. And we have old things in this old house. Old switches. Old locks. Old tiles and cabinets. Old plumbing and electric. But times have changed.
I was looking at our selection sheet, and I saw that a price came in for the in floor heating for the bathrooms and kitchen.
I know, right?
We are mostly keeping the radiator heat in the house. I like how the radiators look, and I especially like the non-arid heat they supply. They do, however, take up space.
Our new home design isn’t lavish. We are not having workout room sized baths. So gaining some wall and floor space by heating from beneath the tiles is a good solution. And anyway, warm toes coming out of the shower sounds delightful. As does toasting my stockinged feet in the kitchen as I wait to pour my coffee on a January morning.
So I’m looking at the option and saw that it came in under the allowance. Yay! And then I noticed that it has a wifi option. Turns out that I will be able to get that heat party started via my phone. Not only can I program it to meet our standard heat seeking needs using it’s touchscreen thermostat, but I can also override via an app.
And did I tell you that our oven is also wifi enabled. I have no idea why, but I’m thinking we won’t be sorry.
“Alexa, preheat the oven.”
“Okay Google, turn off that floor.”
“Siri, meet George Jetson.”