Electric Heated Floors
As you get ready to do a renovation at your bathroom, think about what works for your family, as well as what other home buyers might be looking for. Heated bathroom flooring is not only a good investment, it’s a great feature to wake up to every morning. When temperatures outside drop, many of us start wishing we had such a feature.
Stepping on a heated floor makes all the difference, radiant floor heating takes the chill away from your floors and brings warmth and comfort into your home. It adds that little touch of luxury that helps you relax and enjoy the cozy atmosphere in any room you have it installed.
Combine the beauty and durability of tile with the comfort of an electric floor warming system to bring a touch of luxury into your bathroom. We like to help you find the best heat floors options for your bathroom, please feel free to call or email us, to discuss your needs in renovating your very own bathroom.
When working at your bathroom heating floor project, we can help you with the following services:
» Help You Find The Best Suitable Option To Your Project Needs
» Custom Design
» Preparation of subfloor
» Supply & Install
» Professional Installation
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Types of Radiant Heating
Hard surface flooring can feel downright uncomfortable under bare feet on cold mornings. You can toss down area rugs and get some cozy slippers. Or you could install in-floor radiant heat, and never fear your floors again. There are two types of radiant heating systems: electric or hot water (hydronic).
Electric radiant heat uses loops of resistance wire cable and mesh mats to transfer heat under floors. These systems, often installed in a single room such as a bathroom, are controlled with dual sensing thermostats that combine input from a floor sensor with a room thermostat. When the heat dips below or rises above a predetermined temperature, the heat flow is cycled on and off. A few of these systems can control voltage in relation to room temperature, and some systems include self-regulating elements to further control heat output.
Hydronic radiant heating systems, which are the most popular and cost-effective way to heat an entire house, work by pumping hot water from a boiler or water heater through loops of polyethylene tubing under the installed flooring. With this system, you can control the water temperature, as well as the volume of water, and the duration of the water flow per pulse.
Durable and Reliable: In-floor radiant heat systems are durable and reliable, capable of outlasting your home furnace. With proper care and maintenance, a floor heating system can last up to 35 years.
Save Money: It can save money, too. Radiant floor heating warms a room from the floor up. As a result, most people will feel more comfortable with their thermostat set at a lower temperature.
Doesn’t Create Extra Noise: In-floor radiant heat does not use a blower, so it doesn’t create extra noise. Minimizing use of a central air heating system, which can push dust, dirt, pollen and other allergens through the vents, is also better for allergy sufferers.
Good Solution: Electric radiant floor systems, which come as mats that can be easily installed underneath the flooring from below. They are a good solution if you only want heated floors in certain rooms.
Protect your investment and ensure the lasting beauty and performance of your heating floors, by using quality material. Please feel free to call or email us to discuss your heating floor project.