RADIANT HEATING SYSTEMS
Electric floor heating is used as an effective and energy efficient way to provide heat for many of the most used rooms in a home. Radiant floor heating systems are commonly installed in bathrooms kitchens and bedrooms but can also be used to provide extra warmth for hard to heat rooms like the basement. Electric in floor heating systems generate an even heat throughout your home. Radiant heated floors reduce noise levels and the amount of dry air in your home. There are other benefits to floor heating as well, including financial perks as they are inexpensive and typically don't add more than a quarter to electric bills.
Radiant heating systems for tile marble or stone
Our electric underfloor heating systems are available for use with almost any floor finishes ,floor surfaces or flooring materials including tile stone and marble. Any room in the home from the kitchen to your bathroom flooring, can utilize our heating systems providing comfort wherever you go
Radiant heating for vinyl flooring
Yes you can install radiant heating under vinyl flooring. Our product line is the ideal match for under vinyl floor heating because each of the products are designed to be embedded within a layer of thinset or self leveling cement. Not only does this process create exceptionally even heating throughout the room but it also helps provide a flat surface that makes installation easier and prevents thinner vinyl flooring products from conforming to the shape of the heating wire when warm.
Radiant heating for carpet
Electric underfloor heating systems are ideal for adding warmth to rooms with carpet. Made with reinforced non-adhesive foil rolls and mats were designed to make any room in your home more comfortable.
Radiant heating for laminate floors
With relatively recent advances in laminate flooring manufacture have ensured that this affordable floor product is now an attractive and easy to maintain . Water resistant and extremely durable option for your remodel. With the addition of a radiant floor heating system for your new laminate floor can feel as good as it looks.
Radiant heating for floating hardwood floors
The floating method of installation has opened a whole new world of design possibilities for people that extends beyond ceramic tile. Now homeowners have access to a variety of gorgeous easy to install options for floating solid hardwood flooring. Installing our heating systems to your new hardwood floor can feel as good as it looks
Radiant heating for nailed hardwood
Radiant heating for nailed hardwood can be done by the homeowner. Electric radiant heating can be installed quickly and easily under any hardwood floor
Radiant heating for concrete flooring
In floor heating for concrete slab floors. Are you considering installing heated concrete floors in your home? Even if you aren't building a new home perhaps you're thinking about adding a sunroom or garage to your home. If you want to enjoy your sunroom in all four seasons or comfortably enjoy the beauty of a trendy new polished stamped or stained concrete floor. you'll appreciate radiant heating under foot.
Snow melting system
Snowy winters can be a pain especially when you have to shovel and salt your driveway patio walkways or stairs all season long. But with our snow melting system you can stay comfortable inside and let them do the work for you. Our system can be installed in asphalt concrete or under pavers in mortar.
Deicing systems for your roof and gutters
Ice and snow accumulate on your roof or inside your gutters can cause costly water damage to your home or business. Our ice shield roof and gutter deicing cable system provides a reliable solution for ice damming that occurs in gutters downspouts overhangs valleys and bottleneck areas
Countertop heaters can be installed on new or existing stone countertops. Perfect for overhangs on kitchen islands and peninsulas bars and even desks.Cosy up to the bar with countertop heaters these versatile radiant heating elements adhere to the underside of the countertop gently raising the temperature of the heated area an additional 20-25 degrees F. Taking the chilly edge off granite marble quartz and other stone surfaces.