When the global pandemic forced lockdowns and work-from-home mandates, it highlighted the demand for sustainability and improved indoor air quality in our homes. Step Warmfloor underfloor radiant heating by Step Heat warms gently from under and can eradicate the need for forced air heaters, which can circulate dust particles and aggravate allergies. It also has the added benefit of environmental sustainability as it can be powered by renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, boasting a 40-60 percent reduction in energy consumption, compared to other heating options for a cleaner, greener and more cost-effective alternative to forced heat.

The Step Warmfloor line of self-regulating, electric, underfloor radiant heating is the “Future of Warmth,” and is not to be missed at Booth W4788 at the NAHB’s International Builders Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from February 8-10, 2022.

Step Warmfloor heating systems are the most energy-efficient radiant floor heating solution available. The flat, flexible polymer heating element is made of a semi-conductive polyethylene, which distributes heat safely, evenly, and efficiently, and can be used for a variety of applications. It can be installed directly underneath all types of flooring including: natural stone, ceramic and porcelain tiles, hardwood and laminates, and carpet. Available for residential and commercial properties, Step Warmfloor is comprised of radiant heating mats that can be used in new construction, remodeling, and retrofit applications, alike.

Step Warmfloor is easy to install and without failures during proper installation. Simply, cut the element to the appropriate length and connect the electrical components, before securing the panels to the subfloor with approved adhesives. Best of all, there is no need to order customized mats to fit a project as elements can be easily cut to size at the build site. This innovative, radiant heating solution can be used as the primary home heating source or as complimentary heating.

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