The kitchen is often the most-used room in many people’s homes. So it shouldn't be surprising that one of the fastest growing kitchen trends is the incorporation of radiant heating into a kitchen renovation via kitchen floor heating and even a countertop heater.
Many homeowners spend a lot of time and effort pouring over the latest design trends to try and find the perfect kitchen design. While fashions can change, like black versus stainless steel appliances or the debate between open shelving and upper cabinets, one thing has always remained constant: the kitchen should be a place of warmth and comfort.
Installing a floor warming system in the kitchen is a growing trend and is a surefire way to not only increase your family's comfort but to also increase the amount of time that everyone will want to spend together there, talking and laughing and enjoying each other's company.
Underfloor heating in a kitchen works by incorporating heating elements beneath the floor tile which then radiates upward to warm all of the solid objects in the room. We can even help take the chill away from stone countertops with our unique heating products.
WarmlyYours TempZone™ Flex Roll and TempZone™ Floor Heating Cable can be installed underneath ceramic tile, natural stone, hardwood, wood and other popular flooring materials, giving homeowners radiant in-floor heating that's truly luxurious. TempZone™ Flex Rolls are a more expensive option than the cable product but they require less time and effort to install.Explore this floor heating application
WarmlyYours Environ Flex Rolls are designed for use under carpet (U.S. only), laminate and floating wood. The mats can be installed easily and quickly for large spaces. Environ Flex Rolls are flexible rolls that can be cut and turned at 90° or 180° to cover the total area intended to be heated.Explore this floor heating application
Yes, our TempZone Heating Products can be used for heating luxury vinyl tile or luxury vinyl planks in any indoor application.
We usually recommend that you have an individual thermostat for each room. However, if it's an open floor plan and your local electrical code allows you to have one controller for the whole area, then it's definitely possible to have it all controlled from one thermostat.
Everyone has their own comfortable temperature setting, but we typically find that our customers use their thermostats to set the "floor temperature" of the system in the 78°F - 84°F range.
Provide WarmlyYours with a sketch of the kitchen that includes dimensions and other relevant information and you’ll receive a free SmartPlan within one business day that includes an installation plan, an electrical plan, and an itemized quote.
Also, explore our collection of kitchen projects that we put together showing their floor plan and estimated quote.