When you want to look at getting radiant heated floors for your home, your current flooring is everything at the end of the day.
If you have tile or wood floors you are all set to get radiant heated floors installed into your home.
However if you have concrete floors with carpeting you either can not get radiant heated floors or you are going to have to get some major construction done. This is one reason why I never bought radiant heated floors. Because I have the set up to where I would need to have major thousands of dollars worth of construction done. And to be honest I can not afford that on top of the radiant heated floors themselves. It would be like getting radiant heated floors installed twice in my home. And that is a price way too high. So I had to skip the idea of getting radiant heated floors. That is fine with me. I really do not need radiant heated floors. I have a really good central heating and air conditioning system. And the central heating within my central heat and a/c unit works just fine to heat my home all together. If the day ever comes that my central heating is not working very good anymore then I will just have to buy a brand new and up to date central heat and a/c unit and not even think about radiant heated floors for my home. Getting a geothermal heat pump on the other hand, now that will work out just fine for me.