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In-Slab Radiant Floor Heating
- Warmzone In-Slab floor heating systems are an inexpensive and
effective way to heat your floors. The In-Slab heat cable is required
to be embedded in minimum of 1/2-inch in concrete or mortar. Using a
self-leveling material can make this part of the install easier. Any
type of flooring can be installed on top of the base layer of the
In-Slab radiant floor heating system. This method of floor heating
requires a little more labor for the installation, but it can save you
a few dollars per square foot on certain sized areas - and it's one of
the best quality floor heating systems on the market.
RetroHeat Under Floor Heating
- The RetroHeat system is the optimal solution for installing radiant
heating under existing floors. The floor heating panels for this system
are stapled-up underneath the floor joists. This system can provide
enough heat for entire rooms or supplemental floor heat under any
Floor Heating Thermostat
- Warmzone's tile floor heating systems are controlled by a thermostat
with a built-in GFCI and in-floor sensor. This programmable thermostat
has a built-in clock function that allows you to set four events per
day, including weekday and weekend settings.
ComfortTile Heating System
- ComfortTile floor heating systems are ideal for small tiled areas
where no floor buildup is desired. The heating cable is only 1/8-inch
in diameter and can be installed in the thinset. This electric radiant
heat system is controlled by an analog dial-in thermostat or
programmable 7-day set thermostat.
FloorHeat Low-Voltage Systems - Low-voltage electric radiant heating systems are great for heating hardwood, carpet and tiled floors.
can be installed directly under hardwood, tile, laminates and carpet
flooring, and no floor buildup is required. Certified electricians
should hook up power to the systems, but any contractor or experienced
handyman can install a majority of the floor heating system.