Isn’t it great to have everything fit to your customization preferences? The market has realized this desire in homeowners and has gone out of its way to provide more options. An example is the “Sleep Number Beds”. However, when it comes to remodeling, one of the latest trends is the heated floor.
Heated floors are also apart of the “green” movement. 34 percent of respondents in the 2013 Houzz & Home survey indicated that increasing energy efficiency was a driving factor in their remodeling projects. In-floor warming systems can contribute to energy savings while adding style and comfort.
If you are planning on installing heated floors, the best flooring materials to install are: tile, laminate flooring, engineered flooring, and natural stone. A heated floor is a great feature for a bathroom, kitchen, basement, or any room in your home!
Companies such as NuHeat sell a mesh that is placed under the tiles when they’re set, and then is connected to a thermostat on the wall. Nuheat can also manufacture custom mats to provide optimal coverage. Once dimensions are confirmed, a custom mat is manufactured to fit the exact dimensions of the area.
Professionals and do-it-yourselfers (DIY) can purchase NuHeat Products at any of the 30+ Best Tile showroom location along the East Coast from New Hampshire down to North Carolina. New Jersey homeowners may be eligible for trade discounts through Design Build Planners.
Below are pictures of design build remodeling projects from Design Build Planners featuring heated floors from NuHeat.
You can find NuHeat Heated Floor items on the DBP Home Shopping Store.