I believe it would be expensive, but schools certainly should use radiant floors as their primary heaters. Most schools and universities utilize a boiler system. They occasionally use a boiler that is hooked up to HVAC duct that extends into the walls of the buildings. The HVAC duct then lets out inside each classroom, which provides equal amounts of heating. The HVAC duct is constantly gross and dusty, but due to this, the youngsters get sick in school all of the time. Ductwork cleaning is not cheap plus really involved too, but no school wants to go for something of that kind. It would also take the HVAC contractors a long time to do the task. Parents don’t get why their child is under the weather either, then so the HVAC ducts can constantly be dirty. Every now and then, the boiler is hooked up to piping before connecting to a radiator in each classroom. This type of heating is truly no good! Radiators require truly little heating maintenance, but the actual amount of heat they give is downright pitiful. Heated flooring, on the other hand, is truly effective without stirring any dust. The heating unit is trapped under the floor. No debris or dust can get to it. Students would ever be sick due to the air quality. Also, heating this way makes sure that every room would have warmth. You could turn the temperature lower because no heated air would go to the ceiling. The initial startup cost would be a bunch, but in the end, so worth it. Don’t all of us want our youngsters to have the best? Of course we do.