QuietWarmth Float Starter Kit

QuietWarmth Float Starter Kit- Radiant Floor Heating System for Floating Floors (Laminate, Luxury Vinyl, Engineered Wood, and More!) with Thermostat

  • Floor heating for laminate, engineered hardwood & floating floors
  • Easy to install radiant floor heating mats - cut to length
  • Keep feet warm w/cost-effective electric floor heating system
  • Not for Use in Wet Area (Shower Floor) - ONLY for Use in Dry Area
  • 4-event timer facilitates customized temperature programming
  • Thermostat has built-in GFCI for added protection
  • 3' X 10 - 120VQWARMKITFF

Features

 Ultra-thin, conductive ink film technology

Ultra-thin, conductive ink film technology

For floating floors including luxury vinyl, laminate, engineered wood, and more!

Roll Out Installation

Roll Out Installation

Connect up to 120 sq ft of mats wired in parallel on 1 thermostat

Cut To Fit

Cut To Fit

Customize your layout by cutting the mats to length

Factory Attached Leads

Factory Attached Leads

Factory attached 15 ft electrical leads make wiring a breeze!

Fast Installation

Fast Installation

No extra mortars or mess - 30 minute installation time (based on 60 sq ft area)

Energy Efficient

Energy Efficient

Up to 6¢ per hour (based on 60 sq ft and typical use)

12 Watts Per Sq Ft

12 Watts Per Sq Ft

Ultra low EMF

Ultra low EMF

120V Mat

120V Mat

Temperature Control

Temperature Control

Control temperature with included floor sensing thermostat

Customer Asked Questions

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If you are looking for a test report please send an email to [email protected] and specify the product and type of report you are needing. We would be more than happy to email you a copy of any testing data that we have.

Yes, the QuietWarmth Radiant Heating Mats can be adjusted to length by cutting in between the solid black bars, on the dotted line. You cannot alter the width of the mats. The QuietWarmth Tile mats need to be properly sealed prior to installing tile floor covering. Refer to our installation guides for complete instruction prior to installing.

You can connect multiple QuietWarmth mats by wiring them in parallel and joining them together in a junction box, then connecting the junction box to the thermostat. The 120V system can handle up to 150 square feet per dedicated circuit; the 240V system can handle up to 300 square feet per dedicated circuit. We recommend you consult with a licensed electrician and read our full installation instructions prior to beginning your installation.

The mats cannot be cut to width, nor can they have a circle cut out of them; they can only be cut to length in a straight line between the solid black conducting bars. Depending on your room dimensions, you could install separate mats along the side and in front of the toilet. If there is not enough space to install a mat on the sides of the toilet, you would install the mat only in front of the toilet.

You can connect multiple QuietWarmth mats by wiring them in parallel and joining them together in a junction box, then connecting the junction box to the thermostat. The 120V system can handle up to 150 square feet per dedicated circuit; the 240V system can handle up to 300 square feet per dedicated circuit. We recommend you consult with a licensed electrician and read our full installation instructions prior to beginning your installation.

Yes, the QuietWarmth Radiant Heating Mats can be adjusted to length by cutting in between the solid black bars, on the dotted line. You cannot alter the width of the mats. The QuietWarmth Tile mats need to be properly sealed prior to installing tile floor covering. Refer to our installation guides for complete instruction prior to installing.

QuietWarmth cannot be used with nail-down installations. If a mat is punctured, the function and safety would be compromised and it must be replaced.

The cut portion of the QuietWarmth Float and QuietWarmth Tile mats are not reusable and should be discarded. Our QuietWarmth 2-in-1 Float Mats have lead wires on both ends, so you are able to use both ends of the cut mat.

You can install QuietWarmth mats on bathroom floors. The mats cannot be placed in the shower.

The QuietWarmth Tile system is designed to be installed under ceramic, porcelain, or natural stone tile that require a thinset or mortar installation. The QuietWarmth Float system is designed to be installed under floating floor installations.

QuietWarmth is designed as a comfort heat system, however it will provide some ambient heat. To determine whether this system will provide primary heat in your room, you would need to conduct a J-Calculation for heat loss.

The proper mat voltage is determined by the power supply in your home. Please consult with a licensed electrician for further guidance.

No, this product is approved for indoor use only.

No, this product is not designed to be installed in showers or other areas where they will frequently be directly exposed to water.

QuietWarmth Float is approved for underneath floating luxury vinyl flooring. For glue-down luxury vinyl flooring you will need to use the QuietWarmth Tile system.

Yes, you can use a cork underlayment below the QuietWarmth Float mats under a floating floor.

We would defer to your flooring manufacturer’s recommendations for suitable substrates.

The maximum temperature of the mat is 84-85 F. This system puts out 12 watts (40.94BTUs) per square foot.

When installing the QuietWarmth radiant heat system, the temperature sensor (included with the thermostat) should be adjacent to the long side of one mat, parallel to the length. It should not cross over the mat. You want to locate it roughly 6″-12″ out from the wall.  See the installation instructions for further explanation.

The QuietWarmth system is not designed to be connected to a power cord and plugged in to an outlet. Per National Electrical Code, this product needs to be wired to its own 20 amp dedicated circuit.

Reviews

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by pat - Amazon Review

Floor heater

by Mark G - Amazon Review

Great deal and an Easy Install

The package came with thermostat and one 10-ft section of heating element. The heating element was easy to install and running the wires per the directions was easy. We followed the instructions making sure that all the wiring was still good after the installation, and the resistance was as expected for the heating element. We haven’t been able to tie them into the electrical system yet, but we’ll be doing that shortly. I’m expecting no problems, but will update this review once everything is working fully.
9/2022 Update –
I tied all of t wires per the directions to the electrical system and everything worked as expected. Now that the weather is getting cooler, we will see how warm the floor gets in this room.

by Waffles - Amazon Review

Good product, but does't work with all flooring

I noticed a few people mentioning the lack of good directions so I included photos of my wiring. I ran it with 120 volts. It takes a bit to warm up, but it does a nice job of keeping the floor warm if you turn it way up to like 80 degrees. Be very careful about the flooring you use it under. From my research, most vinyl plank floors do not support this type of heater, but some of the high end specifically says that it does. If you are using a more rigid system then most of them should work.

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Enhanced Content

Provides uniform heat and cost less to operate
Uniformly heats floors with no gaps without raising the flooring height. Even heat distribution allows QuietWarmth systems to cycle quicker resulting in less energy consumption. In addition, the heat will never exceed 85 degrees F to provide the perfect temperature underfoot.
There's No Easier Radiant Floor Heating System to Install
Simple 4-step process! 1. Install underlayment 2. Roll out electric radiant heat film 3. Hook up electric wiring 4. Install final floor covering
Designed For

  • All Floating Floors
  • Floating Tiles
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Engineered Wood Flooring
  • Luxury Vinyl Flooring (4mm or thicker)
  • Cork and Bamboo