Heated Tile Floors

Turn cold tile luxuriously warm

More and more homeowners are opting for flooring that offers warmth in unison with gorgeous ceramic or stone tiles. Whether it's tile for the bath, the kitchen or any other space, everyone prefers the warmth and comfort of a heated tile floor.

How does it work?

Measuring less than 1/8" thick and simple enough for the do-it-yourself homeowner to install, these new systems come in fiberglass mesh backed rolls and mats that are embedded directly into the same thinset cement used to set tile or stone.

Who installs heated floors?

Happily, no special tools are required to complete this project, and most novice or first-time flooring installers can tackle it with ease thanks to some well thought out installation guides. Those of you who are unfamiliar with electric floor heating will find a wealth of information readily available from industry manufacturers and associations.

How can I get a quote?

We've provided you with two easy ways to get a free, instant quote, if you know the size of the area that you wish to heat the proceed to this quick estimate tool, otherwise we have given you access to a project designer, spend a few minutes inputting information such as your room dimensions and prefered coverage and you'll be able to get a free quote instantly.

To get started simply click here.

Radiant Floor Heating Roll

Floor warming manufacturers websites:


Resources / How to Get Started

View a real-life installation - Pictures of a kitchen tile floor installation with a WarmlyYours system.

Making the right choice - An article about electric floor warming, from Oikos.com, a leading green building resource website.