QuietWarmth 240-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Heat Film for Tile and Glue-Down Floors

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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. Installed easily over a subfloor or over an acoustic/insulating underlayment as part of the overall floor assembly, it uses just 12 watts per square foot to gently raise the temperature of the floor, conforming to the warranty requirements of many floating floors. The system, which sports an impressive 99% efficiency, includes temperature limiting properties so the film does not overheat. Its available in four convenient rollout mat sizes that will accommodate most any layout. Each mat has wires pre-attached for ease of installation.

  • Use with most floating laminate, engineered wood and floating tile floors
  • Uses an highly-efficient conductive ink technology
  • Disperses an evenly consistent heat throughout the entire floor
  • Will not add extra height to the floor, only 0.016 in. thick
  • Consumes up to 50% less power than traditional wired systems
  • Easy to install: roll out, cut length to fit if needed and run pre-attached wires to a wall thermostat
  • No mortar and no mess
  • Conforms to many floating floor manufacturers requirements
  • Maintenance free, crafted to not completely shut down if the system should ever become compromised or damaged
  • Adjust temperature with QuietWarmth Thermostat (Sold Separately)

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Additional Information

Flooring Type:
Tile & Stone
Flooring Type:
Above Concrete
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1 Review

  • 5
    Love the warmth

    Posted by Debra M. on 5th Aug 2020

    These are a great idea for any bathroom remodeling and in a tile kitchen where you often stand. I can get into the shower with warm feet and leave the shower with warm feet!

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