Why get in floor heating?
No snow in the driveway!
If you decide to get in floor heating in your drive way, you can be sure to enjoy your winters a little more. Once in floor heating is installed and turned on in the winter, you can say goodbye to the shovel. The snow melts right off. Now you can spend that extra time with your family, your pet or inside sleeping in.
Once installed in floor heating provides instant heat, and it becomes highly energy efficient. With the tubes directly underneath the flooring, there is no place for the heat to escape but to the floor to your feet!
Instant warm feet
Instant warm feet as soon as you walk inside your home. No slippers or socks required in the winter, you can finally enjoy walking around your home in warm feet. No more cold Winter feet.
A great perk of In-floor heating is that it makes no noise at all!. Unlike a furnace starting up or an AC blowing cold air, you wont hear anything coming from your floors due to the tight fit and professional installation provided.
Why choose us to install your in floor heating
We promise the best quality for you are your home. Enjoy the clear drive ways and the Warm feet in the Winter!
We have helped hundreds of people in the GTA get clear drive ways, warm feet in the winter. Our years of experience have helped us master In-floor heating, a task in which not many other companies are willing to take.
Having your floors and driveway open is not a good sight to see. Especially with the elements outside such as rain and snow. That’s why we know exactly how much materials are needed and with hundreds of homes under our belt, we have mastered the technique to provide in floor heating that is fast and efficient.
What kind of in floor heating is best for you?
- No maintenance
- Energy efficient
- Easy to use
- Works with all flooring styles
- Easier to install
A hydronic system uses a dedicated water heater or a boiler (or even your existing water heater) as a heat source. A circulating pump moves the hot water through the PEX tubing and back to the heater.
Uses electric resistance cables to produce heat. The most popular style features cables embedded in thin mats that can be installed under tile, stone, engineered wood, and laminate floors. Electric heating mats are good for retrofits.