I have looked hard into a heated flooring upgrade and it doesn’t seem too tough. I started out very unhandy. When I purchased my home I could only paint and scrap things. Now I am becoming quite an expert with tools. I have mudded, added drywall and done some granite work as well. I am impressed that I can split and lay flooring tile, grout it and have a smooth finished product. I have been eyeing my living room up and down for quite some time. The living room has this dark green rug that is just disgusting. I want to rip it up and put grey granite down. It would make my living room so much more thoroughly modern. Since I am ripping up the floors anway, I have been looking into radiant heated floors. Apparently this is the ideal time to do it. At first I thought I might need to call a Heating and advanced A/C corporation. After enjoying some videos and studying articles, I think I can do the upgrade on my own time. It seems pretty easy. After I rip up the carpets and get down to the plywood under there, I just need to drill in my stone board. I think I know how to do that. After that the electric heated mats are situated on top. You basically lay them down and enjoy the tile. It seems super easy and I would check my ceaseless toil before tiling over top. That is the frightening part, then once I finished the heating upgrade I would need to put some mastic on it, granite and then both of us would grout the finished product. If I made a mistake, I would not be able to reach that heated mat again.