QuietWarmth Tile Heat Mats
QuietWarmth Tile Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors
- Floor heating for glue-down floors, ceramic and porcelain tile
- Easy to install radiant floor heating mats - cut to length
- Keep feet warm w/ cost effective electric floor heating system
Ultra-thin, conductive ink film technology
For ceremic, porcelian, natural stone, and marble tile
Peel and stick installtion
Connect up to 150 sq ft of mats wired in parallel on 1 thermostat with 120v systems, and 300 sq ft of mats on 240v systems
Cut to fit length
Fast installation, no extra mortars or mess
30 minute installation time (based on 60 sq ft area)
Up to 6¢ per hour (based on 60 sq ft and typical use)
12 watts per sq ft
Available in 120V/240V
UL listed for safety
Control temperature with an available floor sensing thermostat
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Thank you for reaching out. That is not an approved application and we do not have any testing to support that method of installation.
Thank you for reaching out. That is not an approved application and we have no testing data to know if it would operate properly or not.
Thank you for reaching out. You need to use a latex modified thinset.
The amp draw for one QWT1.5X10F120 mat is 1.5amp. The system will need to be on a dedicated 20amp circuit from the main electrical box per the national electrical code. 1 of our QuietWarmth thermostats will control up to 150sqft of these mats on one of those 20amp dedicated circuits. The thermostat is only rated to take on 15amps. The dedicated 20amps on the circuit is designed for built in overage per the national code. 888-379-9695 if you have further questions.
This product is not designed to be installed under tile consistently exposed to water.
Thank you for reaching out. Provided the marble meets the size requirements (minimum of 8″x8″) of QuietWarmth, it is absolutely approved.
Thank you for reaching out. Depending on how you plan to install the LVT/LVP, you may want to consider our heating system for floating floors. As long as the floor covering is greater than 4mm in thickness and is a floating floor, that is the system to use. Whether you use the float system or our peel and stick system, we want the QuietWarmth to be the last layer to go down prior to the floor covering. If using the peel and stick, the mat will not stick to roll good underlayment, it needs to stick to the actual subfloor.
Works well, heats great.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I had never heard of Quiet Warmth before now, and I am so glad I got the chance to try out the Electric System for Tile! It is super simple to install, heats evenly, and my cats just love sleeping by it.
works great , very nice warm floors...
works great , very nice warm floors
- Sturdy resin construction ensures durability for years
- Power log maintains a track of energy consumption costs
- Includes 7-day programmable options for an intuitive operation
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- 120V QuietWarmth mats work with 120V systems. 240V QuietWarmth mats work with 240V systems.
- 1. Prepare a clean and stable sub-floor
- 2. Place QuietWarmth Tile heat mat, peel back release liner, and adhere to sub-floor
- 3. Hook up electric wiring
- 4. Thin-set and tile on the surface
- Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Floors
- Marble Floors
- Stone Floors
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