Easy Installation of Efficient Radiant Heat in Existing Homes without Remodeling

| by Monica Irgens
Easy Installation of Efficient Radiant Heat in Existing Homes without Remodeling

Oftentimes, radiant heating systems are installed with new construction or when replacing carpeting and other flooring material, or during a remodeling project.  The thin, 1.2 mm, STEP Warmfloor heating membrane that utilizes low voltage energy, can be cut and easily fit between floor joists, floor trusses or I-joists…under the sub-floor.  This “staple-up” method enables the self-regulated heating system to quietly and efficiently heat the floor from beneath, giving the room comfort without the dust and noise of a forced-air system.

This method is easily accomplished by simply installing it from the basement or crawl space areas.  The radiant heat warms the floor, furniture and feet making you feel comfortable at a lower room air temperature.  The self-regulating feature is a critical aspect of STEP Warmfloor.  As the radiant heat warms the floor to a desired temperature it reduces the call for energy.  The result is even comfort and reduced energy use.

For more information visit www.warmfloor.com.

This blog was developed by STEP Warmfloor. All posts, sponsored and un-sponsored have been reviewed and approved by the Sustainable Community Media Editorial Team to ensure quality, relevance/usefulness and objectivity.

Topics: Radiant Heat

Companies: STEP Warmfloor

Monica Irgens

Monica is President of Electro Plastics, Inc., manufacturer of STEP Warmfloor® heating systems: a patented, low-voltage, self-regulating flat and thin heater. Monica has been in the radiant heating industry for over 20 years. She was member of the Radiant Panel Association for 15 years, served on the RPA Board of Directors as chairperson of the Electric Committee and the Green Committee. Monica is also a member of the USGBC and has been involved in the design of LEED registered buildings.

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