Most popular areas to use electric floor heating :
1) Floor heating mats in Bathrooms
2) Radiant floor heating in Kitchens
3) Underfloor heating in Additions
4) Heated Driveways
5) Electric floor heating in Living Rooms
How to pick the right system for your application:
The area type will affect the available space to put the heating elements affecting both the material coverage as well as heat output.
The type of the subfloor will have a big impact on energy heat loss in conjunction with local codes.
Floor cover type
Selecting the right heating element with the right output is important to getting the best performance from the system.
Electrical load available
The area type, subfloor type, floor covering, type of heating system and project location will all affect the total load required. We will calculate this for you to ensure a successful installation.
Secondary/Main heating system
The system type will depend on the type of construction you are doing.
Available floor height
Each system has a different thickness and will be embedded in different ways in your floor structure.
A variety of thermostats are available which will need to meet the system’s requirements, look of the space as well as be placed in a convenient location to operate the system.
All systems are suitable for new construction but some systems are a better solution than others for renovations.
Who is installing it?
We will provide a complete kit, instruction and customer support to suit a successful installation by a first time or seasoned installer.
Location can play a role in determining the type and strength of system needed. We can walk you through it to make sure you get what you need.