Subfloor heating, also known as radiant heating, is an excellent way to make floors comfortable year-round. You’ll never have to struggle with icy bathroom tiles in winter again with this luxurious upgrade. To learn more about subfloor heating, keep reading!

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How Subfloor Heating Works

Subfloor heating works by installing heated electric coils underneath your flooring. The coils then radiate heat up to your floors, keeping them a comfortable temperature. Some subfloor heating also uses water-heated tubing. Subfloor heating is safe, effective, and will add value to your home.

Best Flooring Materials For Subfloor Heating

Porcelain and Ceramic Tile

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Porcelain and ceramic tile are two of the most common tile flooring options – you might have them in your kitchen or bathroom already! If so, you probably understand the discomfort of stepping onto icy tile on a cold morning. Though porcelain is manufactured at higher temperatures and is more durable than ceramic, both these materials are ideal for subfloor heating. 

Natural Stone

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What could be more luxurious than natural stone tile floors? Natural stone floors with subfloor heating, of course! Whether you prefer striking marble, durable granite, or rustic slate, all natural stones pair well with subfloor heating.

Wood-Look Tile

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Hardwood floors don’t work well with subfloor heating, as hardwood is prone to warping when exposed to heat. Fortunately, wood-look tile is an excellent substitution. Wood-look tile with subfloor heating combines the best elements of all flooring types: warmth and comfort, the durability and easy maintenance of tile, and the natural beauty of hardwood.

Get Started in Fargo Today

To learn more about subfloor heating and your various flooring options, give the experts at Floor Coverings International Fargo a call and book a free in-home consultation! We proudly serve Fargo, West Fargo, Cass County, and surrounding areas. 

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