When I dearly want something new that is not possible to get right away, I start with a saving plan.
I first write down the projected amount of time I have before I cannot wait any longer, and then the amount of expected money I need for the project.
Next, I divide the cost by the amount of time I have. In case the outlined budget is much more than I can afford, I increase the amount of waiting time. Difficult as that process can be, with discipline and focus, I am able to come up with the money and therefore easily achieve our desired project. Currently, I am saving for radiant floors. I live in a section of the country that can get quite chilly, especially while in winter. I have bad blood circulation to our poor cold feet, and I constantly need extra heating to counter the frozen toes. However, sometimes even thick socks alone do not provide enough warmth; therefore, radiant floors would easily make all the difference. Heated floors would also be a fantastic heating plan for the entirety of our house through radiation. During the summer, when I do not need the radiant floors so damn much, I can entirely switch to our HVAC plan for efficient air conditioner power. They are also straightforward to install, and our heating and cooling systems’ company certainly can do that for me. As a bonus, radiant floors have fewer maintenance costs as compared to normal HVAC systems. Therefore, I will cut down on costs and use the extra monthly money for other needs. Finally, radiant floors offer uniform heating throughout the whole house, so I will not have to adjust the settings constantly.