STEP Warmfloor® residential floor heating systems are designed to provide even and comfortable warmth in a home. With an emphasis on safety and efficiency, STEP Warmfloor® is the ultimate solution for floor warming or complete heating. Take the chill away from your floors and bring the warmth and comfort of STEP Warmfloor® radiant heat to your home.Visit company showcase »
The envelope of the Proud Green Home St Louis is designed and constructed to guarantee that the home will not only resist weather but perform effectively and efficiently.
As Bill Kelly of Kelly Brothers Painting began planning his new business facility in Truckee, California two years ago there was one clear objective: achieve the maximum energy efficiency possible. This case study explains how the owner decided that radiant heating was the best option, providing instant comfort and savings.
STEP Warmfloor is based here, in the United States, where consumers can contact us with any questions before and after installation. Our engineers and designers are in-house, having extensive experience with radiant heating.
One of the traits of STEP Warmfloor that enables product enhancement is simply listening to distributors, contractors and end-users. Feedback is paramount for product improvement...
Leave it to STEP Warmfloor to design an easy-to-install, classy, new thermostat to seamlessly control any and all STEP systems including...
STEP Warmfloor® has launched a free, online learning course through AEC Daily to provide architects and builders a better understanding of the radiant heat market, as well as...
Low-voltage radiant heating has many advantages over other considerations. It is easy to install because it is a strong, yet flexible, thin plastic heating mat made of an innovative polymer blend that can be cut to size.
Initial cost, efficiency, comfort and ease of installation are a few points to address when looking for a radiant heating system.
Electro Plastics, Inc. Launches New Thermostat Designed to Enhance Efficiency to All STEP® Warmfloor Products (Press Release)
Electro Plastics, Inc. dba STEP® Warmfloor, a St. Louis, Missouri-based manufacturer of electric radiant underfloor heating, roof de-icing and snow melt systems has just introduced STEP® Touch, a newly designed thermostat developed to add efficiency while controlling any STEP product.
Americans spend $61 billion annually on our pets. Little wonder that we want them healthy and comfortable. Radiant heat is one easily installed, economical comfort your dog or cat will love, especially those aging with arthritis.
If you enjoy the safe, consistent comfort of radiant heat in your home, you will want it in your mobile home – whether it is a RV, motorhome, houseboat, cruiser or van.
STEP Warmfloor® is a leading radiant heat matt made of strong, thin plastic that comes in a roll of various widths that can be cut to a desired length and field-wired on site.
A large segment of our population, the Baby Boomers, are now in, or soon approaching their retirement years. Many are faced with a tough decision to move or stay in their home. An important consideration is safe accessibility to daily needs.
Forced air is the most commonly used system for home heating and cooling in the United States. But it has serious drawbacks for allergy sufferers who require high quality indoor air for relief from respiratory illnesses.
There are options to radiant floor heating to be sure. Some use water tubing systems while others have various formats of electrical heating.
When considering radiant heat for home or business it is critical to research options. STEP Warmfloor® is a sustainable radiant heating system designed tough, providing safety, comfort and efficiency. How tough?
Most of us have lived with forced air heating systems. These systems heat air within the furnace as its blower forces the heated air throughout the house via ducts. Radiant heat, however, is a completely different, more efficient, method of heating a home.
Among the best investments a homeowner can easily do without a financial planner is insulation.
Much of the country was repeatedly hit hard this winter by what meteorologists coined the Polar Vortex. Some of the costly results of the Polar Vortex visits include ice dams, icicles and frozen gutters.
Remember the large iron radiators which had hot water pumped through them to warm houses? Well, there is a reason they are called radiators: they radiate heat. Radiant heat is transferred by invisible electromagnetic infrared waves.