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SmartPlan™ Free Electric Floor Heating Installation Plan


Any heated floor project, whether it’s remodeling or new construction, can feel overwhelming before it even begins. The best remedy we’ve found is to start your project with a comprehensive, clear, and easy-to-follow install plan.

That’s why WarmlyYours has condensed over 20 years of radiant heating experience into our FREE, no obligation SmartPlans™. With detailed floor plans, technical specs, and pricing, a WarmlyYours SmartPlan™ will make sure that your project starts off right and finishes strong.


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What’s in a Floor Heating Install Plan?

These complimentary packages, compiled by a team of skilled engineers, include:



If you want to get started you can upload your plan now and you'll receive your SmartPlan™ within 1-2 business days.


How to Get a Free SmartPlan™

All you have to do to take advantage of this service is to provide WarmlyYours with a simple floor plan sketch of your project, and within 1-2 business days you’ll receive your SmartPlan™. Anyone can draw a floor plan sketch—it doesn’t have to be fancy, it just has to show the room’s dimensions and note any permanent fixtures like a floor vent, tub, or cabinet.

Choose how you would like to send us your floor plan sketch (a scan or photo of your plan is sufficient):

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Frequently Asked Questions


Yes! Having the final installation plan on file helps our team to provide you with stellar support during installation and if any troubleshooting is required in the future.

Accuracy is very important, so measure as if you are measuring for cabinets and not flooring. The more accurate the dimensions are that you supply, the more accurate your SmartPlan will be. Please indicate the size and location of any obstruction including floor vents, support posts, plumbing fixtures, cabinets, etc.

Our installation plan is designed to be as simple and easy to read as possible. It includes a legend that corresponds to all of the symbols used and relevant heating element information. In the installation plan, the start of the heating product  is represented by triangle between two lines. The heating product will need to be installed by following the rest of the directional arrows. Turns and "free-form" areas are visually represented by call-outs in the installation plan. For cable heating elements, the half-way point on the plan is marked with a red circle. The end point of your heating product is always represented with a black square.

No, you should provide a sketch of the entire room, including all relevant dimensions. You should also indicate the preferred location of the thermostat/power source. Our design team will use this information to provide the best heating system possible. 

Dimensions change all the time, and that's ok. Just use the latest version of installation plan we provided and mark any changes or new dimensions on the document itself. Then, snap a photo and send this plan back to us for a quick redesign. 

What if you've already received the product? It's not a problem. As long as the total square footage hasn't significantly changed, our design team will always do their best to redesign and use your existing product for a new layout. 

Our electrical plan page provides the most detailed information for an electrician to plan the wiring, control install, circuit size, and voltage. Typically, the most important information to start the project would be "breaker information" such as the voltage, amperage, and breaker type. 

The installation plan in your SmartPlan will include basic electrical information about the heating system. In addition to that, the SmartPlan will also include an electrical plan with all the necessary information to make sure you can prepare your electrical system for the new heating system. 

Knowing the control location will help provide guidance for our design team on where to start the heating product layout in order to minimize the wiring work during installation.