Hello, I'm brand new to the forum and I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. I'm in the pre-pre-planning stages and budgeting for my build (goal:Spring 2021). I'm trying to find out which form of heating is more efficient, wood or radiant floors.
Details: I am a part-time wheelchair user. Meaning I'm on prosthetic legs all day and a wheelchair once I'm home. My leg time runs out around 10-12 hours. I mention this because I genuinely don't care about rolling out of bed and stepping on a warm floor. Ice cold is fine with me because I'll never feel it.
Does radiant floor heating heat up the entire space as well as wood heating. I know there are a lot of energy efficiency factors and all of that, but if you had one option for staying warm which would you choose? I'm willing to put in the work for wood stove heating and really like the dry heat, but I have a tiny dog and am super concerned with the bus getting cold if I'm at work.
I'm in MN so I'm planning on a 4 season build (hopefully I'll move and it won't be necessary, but that's what I'm planning for).