(NC)—After months of being cooped up, a lot of homeowners are beginning to feel their indoor living space is too small. Moving to a larger home is one answer, but for most Canadians, a change of that kind is simply not an option. There are, however, a number of solutions to make a room, or an entire home, look and feel more spacious, experts say.
"When renovating or building a home, or putting on an addition, a great way to create more physical space is to install radiant heat instead of a traditional forced air heating system," says John Goshulak, heating ambassador for Beautiful Heat. "Radiant heating uses a ductless design without the need for fans, blowers or vents in the floors. As a result, room layouts aren’t limited by vents or registers, and in the basement, bulky ductwork can be completely eliminated."
For homeowners who are feeling cramped and confined, the following design tricks can help make a living space feel more spacious:
Looking to add Beautiful Heat to your new home build or renovation? Talk to a Plumber, Contractor or HVAC Professional in your area.