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Beyond the Bathroom… Radiant heat systems are a great addition you can make to your home. The warm tile adds a cozy touch you’ll appreciate on chilly days.
There are many places in the home you might consider installing heated tile. In this article, we’ll take a look at a few options for you to consider for your own space!
The bathroom is the most obvious place you might want to consider installing heated tile. This is because we often find ourselves barefoot while using our bathrooms and the type of tile used in these rooms is typically cold to the touch. This is why many homeowners opt for heated tile in the bathroom. Who doesn’t like nice warm feet when they step out of the shower?
Entryways are another great area of your home to consider installing heated flooring. Because these areas are close to doors that are opened and closed throughout the day, they tend to be colder than other areas of the home. Entryways are also a spot where visitors take their shoes off. It can be a nice treat to those entering your home to feel the warm tile after enduring a cold winter’s day.
You might also want to consider installing heated flooring in your bedroom. Imagine getting out of bed on a chilly Sunday and when your feet hit the ground they’re met with a toasty floor rather than a frigid one. This would definitely help make your mornings much more pleasant during the winter and fall months. Plus, you won’t always have to remember where you put your slippers. As noted, if cost is a concern, there is no need to install the heated flooring throughout your entire bedroom. You can use regular hardwood, vinyl, laminate, or carpet flooring in selected areas of the room and heated tile around your bed or in front of the mirror where you do your make-up or get dressed.