Radiant Heat Flooring

Installing Heated Floors Under Tile

Installing Heated Floors Under Your Tile Can Be Daunting In this article, we will explain the major steps on installing our QuietWarmth Peel and Stick Radiant Heat Film for Tile and Glue-Down Flooring. Not only is QuietWarmth great for DIY consumers, but it is also budget friendly while offering heat for your family. Installation Video:…

Electric Radiant Floor Heating Reviews

Looking for electric radiant floor heating reviews? QuietWarmth has received many over the years for the following applications: Laminate and Floating Floors Tile and Glue-Down Floors Existing Floors and Subfloors Electric Radiant Floor Heating Reviews for Laminate and Floating Floors We laid this under laminate flooring in the den under my wife’s desk. Since the…

Underfloor Heating for Laminate Flooring

Underfloor Heating for Laminate Floors

With over 74% of homes, laminate flooring is the most popular floor to exist. Over the colder months of the year, homeowners search for underfloor heating for laminate floors. Is laminate flooring suitable for underfloor heating? Yes, most laminates are suitable with underfloor heating (electric and water), but it is advisable to check with the…

QuietWarmth New In-Floor Heat System

New In-Floor Heat System!

Introducing QuietWarmth Radiant Heat Film for Floating Floors New in-floor electric radiant heat system, made in America, gives homeowners an easy and cost efficient way to add gentle supplemental electric radiant heat room by room to homes in any climate. NORFOLK, Neb. – Nov. 5, 2015 – The new QuietWarmth Radiant Heat Film for Floating…

Gentle Warm Heat Flooring

Gentle Heat Flooring!

Gentle, Electric Heat for Floating Floors Perfectly Warm QuietWarmth radiant-heat film is said to provide a gentle, electric heat for floating flooring materials such as laminate, engineered wood, hardwoods, and LVT. It installs over a subfloor or acoustic underlayment. Using 12 W/ft., the product has an ultra-thin, wireless filament configuration laid out in parallel so…