Take the chill off of a tile shower's floor or bench before you even turn the water on by installing electric radiant heating. Make sure your beautiful shower feels as good as it looks.
Whether you're installing a traditional tiled shower, a curbless shower, or an entire wet room, radiant heating can help make these beautiful installations feel as good as they look. Our TempZone™ Shower Floor Mats and Shower Bench Mats are a great option for these applications. Both products are easy to install in either a tiled shower floor or a tiled shower bench.
Bathrooms designed with shower and floor heating will include only one thermostat by default. But it is possible to design with a thermostat for each zone if desired. Installing a separate thermostat for the shower area can help reduce cost and energy usage. This also allows you to heat the bathroom floor alone for everyday use and only heat the shower area when needed.
When waterproofing a curbless shower, most guidelines require a continuous surface, created by a bonded waterproof membrane, on the floor and walls of the shower itself. The waterproofing should extend outside the shower enclosure for at least one foot beyond the highest point of the floor. Additional waterproofing outside the shower is suggested as a consideration, but is not required.
Waterproofing for the room is in the layer above the floor heating system. The layers for waterproofing this type of floor are:
Provide WarmlyYours with a sketch of the shower 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 shower projects that we put together showing their floor plan and estimated quote.