If there’s one thing that floor heating is, it’s luxurious. It would be difficult to find someone who is unimpressed by the comfort of a heated floor. That’s because heated floors are known for their upscale appeal. There’s something about heat radiating upward through tile, stone or hardwood floors that produces that “wow” factor that furniture and décor just can’t replicate.

Bathroom with radiant floor heatingOf course heated floors are more than just an upscale heating option. They earned their “high-end” reputation because of their discreet ability to operate efficiently and effectively under nearly any flooring surface. Compared with alternative systems that boast unsightly vents or radiators in order to transmit heat, radiant floor heating is invisible and more efficient because it offers no escape route for hot air leakage. Ductwork, for instance, is prone to leakage.

Because in-floor heating is so efficient and such a luxurious way to deliver heat, many homeowners take interest in heated floors when they’re ready to replace (or install for the first time) the flooring in one of their rooms — the bathroom, in particular. However, when homeowners start shopping, they may be surprised to learn how affordable these “high-end” in-floor heating systems are.

Floor heating price?

For a full 50-square-foot bathroom, an electric floor heating system can cost as little as $265. A larger master bathroom that is 120 square feet will range between $590 and $833, depending on the type of installation you select.

WarmlyYours Radiant Heating offers five different products to meet its customers’ budgets and level of expertise. Custom Mats are delivered precut according to your room’s specs so that all you have to do is roll it out to install the cable. Flex Rolls are 1.5 feet wide and consist of a heating cable embedded in mesh that can be cut and turned to accommodate the room layout. Easy Mats are rectangular mats designed to heat small areas such as the space in front of a vanity, shower or toilet. Finally, the cable can be installed using fixing strips or an installation membrane for maximum flexibility. WarmlyYours makes it easy to decide which product is right for you through its Instant Quote tool. TempZone products comparison chart

How To Get A Quote

By accessing WarmlyYours’s Instant Quote tool, you can enter the type of project, how large the room is, and a few more simple details to see your recommended choices side by side. WarmlyYours will show you the cost of each heating option and what the differences are between them so that you can select the one that best fits your budget and level of installation expertise. Once you’ve made your selection, the tool will even help you pick out a thermostat and any accessories you might need to complete your project.

With the Instant Quote tool at your fingertips every step of the way, finding an affordable in-floor heating system couldn’t be easier. TempZone Side-By-Side Comparison Chart

What Are The Operating Costs?

If you want an even better understanding of how much your electric underfloor heating system will cost you on a day-to-day basis, WarmlyYours has another tool you should check out. By submitting the square footage of the heating area, the cost per kilowatt hour in your state, and how many hours a day your system will be running, the Operating Cost Calculator will show you how much you’ll spend each day on electricity in order to run your system. For example, it would cost an average of $0.09 a day to heat the 50-square-foot bathroom mentioned earlier for four hours each day. That’s less than $3 a month! For a larger 120-square-foot bathroom, it would cost about $0.22 a day, which is less than $7 a month.

To browse all of the heating options available to you and bring some upscale flair to your home, visit www.warmlyyours.com or contact sales@warmlyyours.com.


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