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Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, our heated floor assembly and distribution facilities are operating under new safety regulations. With a majority of the population stuck at home in the wake of the raging coronavirus pandemic, you have a lot of free time at your disposal. This makes it the perfect time for DIY home renovation projects. Our DIY underfloor heating systems are a popular choice if you no longer want to walk on cold floors. The systems are easy to install; you just roll them, connect to the electrical socket, and cover them up. No special equipment or skills are needed. At Heavenly Heat we are excited to offer the highest quality floor heating system in Toronto. We are ready to serve you safely. Ask us about our zero contact service calls.
Tile and stone floors offer an easy way of bringing the beauty of the outdoors into your home. The best thing is that these materials will last for decades and require minimal maintenance. Our duty at Heavenly Heat is to ensure that your tile and stone floors are not uncomfortably cold. These floors are ideal for underfloor heating because they heat up quickly and retain heat thus making the system cost-efficient to run. Give us a call now to find out more about our heated tile and stone floor options.
While tiles are mostly used in bathroom and kitchen flooring, these durable and easy to maintain options can be used in other areas including the laundry rooms and corridors. The low thermal resistance and the high thermal mass makes stone and tiles the perfect option for conservatories as well as other areas that are prone to high heat loss. Unlike other materials like vinyl and laminate, tile and stone can be heated at over 84 degrees F. This makes it possible to use heaters with an output of up to 20 Watts per square foot.
We gladly report that tile and stone surfaces are fit for use with all our floor heating cables. If you are searching for the best option for underfloor heating, we have several options that work perfectly with stone and tile floors. Give us a call now to find out more or to request a quote. We are always happy to hear from you.
Stone and tile floors are solid and ideal for use with both hydronic and electric underfloor heating systems. Having said that, electric under tile and stone heating mats are the most popular options. At Heavenly Heat we offer three reliable options.
This is a system constructed using high-quality cables, which are woven to form flexible strips. These mats are perfect for heating bathrooms, basements, sunrooms, and areas where having warm floors improves comfort. The system is available in three heat requirement strengths: 12, 15, and 20 Watts per square foot. If you want to use underfloor heating as the primary source of heat in a room, the 20 Watts per square foot option is what you will need.
The main benefit of using Easy Mat is that it is 1/8 inches thick. It does not raise the floor levels. The system is also flexible and can be installed around existing fixtures and in cramped floor layouts. A thermostat can be used to regulate temperatures in various zones.
This is yet another system similar to the Easy Mat. It is available in various heat requirement strengths ranging from 10 to 20 Watt per square foot. It can be used either as the primary source of heat in a room with the 20 Watt per square foot or as a secondary source of heat.
Just like Easy Mat, the heating element on the Easy Wire is 1/8 inches thick. It does not raise the floor levels once it is installed. It is also flexible and can be installed around fixtures and in cramped floor layouts. It is also good to note that the system uses the ordinary current already in your home thus is easy to install.
This is cUL listed self-regulating parallel heating cable engineered for both industrial and residential applications. The cable self-regulates the heat output by either increasing or decreasing the heat based on ambient temperatures. There is zero chance of the cable overheating even when it has been overlapped. The self-regulating cable is easy to install, energy-efficient and poses no risk of burnout.
If you need help deciding on the best underfloor heating system to use, we are here to help. Our team will consider your preferences and budget before recommending an underfloor heating system. Get in touch with us now for more information. We are always happy to hear from you.
Tile and stone are the best flooring materials to use with underfloor heating. Their characteristics make the hearing system to work efficiently and cost-effectively.
The main reason why underfloor heating systems work effectively with tile and stone is because of the high thermal conductivity. Tiles and stones transfer heat very efficiently from the heating cable to the surface of the floor. The materials further retain heat very well which causes the system to be efficient. Tile and stone floors heat up fast and keep the floors warm without overworking the underfloor heating system. You will save a lot on energy costs with tile and stone floors than with other flooring materials.
Underfloor heating under stone or tiles is desired mostly in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas prone to heat loss. This is because of the unique thermal properties of tiles and stones. Once the underfloor heating system is turned on, the floors get heated fast and retain the heat effectively thus saving energy. These flooring materials can be heated to temperatures of more than 84 degrees F – offering optimal control and comfort in the living space.
The temperatures can be regulated using a thermostat. This means you can keep the floors warm to the desired temperature without overheating them. When you are not home you can turn off the heating system to save money.
While tiles are ideal for underfloor heating, not all of them will be perfect. Tiles that are made using rubber or cork are not the best option to use with underfloor heating. Contact us today for information on the best tile materials to use with underfloor heating.
Electric underfloor heating can be installed by a professional installer or by DIY. All the electrical work must, however, be completed by a certified electrician.
Flexible adhesive and grout need to be used to promote normal thermal movement.
Heated floor tiles are a worthy investment. The system pays itself back by reducing the running costs and being energy-efficient.
As a DIY, I really appreciated the snow melting cable from Heavenly Heat because it is so heavily jacketed I had no trouble with damage, testing the cable before and after proved that it withstood whatever it had to during installation. I love that it has a built-in return connection; meaning the cable doesn't have to make the "run" back to the relay panel - this made the install so much easier.
Awesome floor heat system. I have installed Heavenly Heat as well as a couple other brands and this one for the price cannot be beat. It also comes with extras that the more expensive systems do not come with such as the alarm to let you know if you have damaged the cable during installation. The thermostat takes a bit of time to learn and is not as easy, but once you figure out how to program it, its no problem. Will definitely buy again. The floor is already nice and warm.
Good quality and much cheaper than many heating cables out there. No problem at all. I didn’t use the installation strips but bought uncoupling membrane. It makes it much easier to install since you can remove the cable and move them closer. Keep in mind you cannot cut your cable. There is some trial and error until the coverage is perfect with your cable length. Thermostat works well too and is programmable with many options.
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