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QuietWarmth Electric Floor Heating for Floating Floors (Laminate, LVP - 4mm or thicker)

A gentle electric radiant heat system designed specifically for dry installation under floating wood and laminate floors. A low profile, line voltage system, it features gradual warmth from low wattage resistance heating of ultra-thin, flexible radiant heat film.

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QuietWarmth Peel & Stick for Tile Flooring

QuietWarmth Peel and Stick is a lightweight, clean, quiet, hypoallergenic, highly efficient, sliver-thin and maintenance-free radiant heat system for tile and glue-down floors.

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QuietWarmth Retrofit Heating System for Existing and Subfloor Joist

QuietWarmth radiant heat film for under subfloors is the perfect solution to add comfort and warmth to any existing flooring, including nail-down wood floors. Simply place the mats between the subfloor joists and run pre-attached lead wires to an available thermostat.

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Learn About Floor Heating Systems

If you are looking for information regarding floor heating, QuietWarmth provides a wealth of articles to help you choose the proper system for your next flooring project.

Can You Cut All Three QuietWarmth Versions?

Can you cut any of the Quietwarmth Radiant heat film mats? Well, Yes, you can… All the QuietWarmth mats are ready to go right out of the box, so if you do not need to cut to length to fit your ar...


How To Cut QuietWarmth Tile Mats

QuietWarmth Peel and Stick radiant heat film for traditional tile can be cut to length only. This white membrane adhered to the film heater is the watertight membrane that will protect the mat from...


Do Heated Floors Use a Lot of Electricity

It all depends on how many watts your radiant heat system consumes per hour and how much your lifestyle plans to live with the system turned on. Since electric companies charge us a rate on how man...


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