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63 North Seminary Street
Galesburg, IL 61401
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WarmlyYours Radiant Floor Heating

No one takes a cold shower in the morning, and everyone prefers to step on a warm floor. Warm floors have been around for a very longtime. The Roman Empire was known for its luxurious public baths with hot water springs that circulated warm water under the marble floors.

Nowadays, you don't need a hot water spring in your backyard to enjoy the comfort of radiant floor heating.
A thin electric mat installed in thinset cement or self-leveling concrete, controlled by a timer-thermostat with an in-floor sensor will cost $500-to-$600 for an average size bathroom and it will operate on less than 10 cents a day of electricity.

Whether it is in your bathroom or your Kitchen, tile has always been one of the coldest surfaces in your home. Traditional forced air heating systems did little to ease the temperature on tile flooring.

Until now going barefoot in the Winter was something you never even considered but with the TempZone Radiant floor Heating System you will insist on it. You will feel a warmth and comfort you never thought possible on a tile floor.

The product is made of a heating wire secured to a fiberglass net and generates 51 btu/hour/sq.ft. (equivalent to 15 watt/ sq.ft.). It is usually installed as a source of comfort and supplemental heat. However, in most cases, it can be designed and used as a primary source of heat.


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