Floor Heating for Sunroom Floors

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Upgrade Your Sunroom with Heated Floors

A sunroom is designed to be an extension of your home that also allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of your yard. Known to some as a four seasons room, a typical sunroom has a concrete base, walls that are not insulated and large windows designed to let the light in. As a result, this room can sometimes be difficult to heat, which is why you may want to consider adding heated floors to your sunroom.

Give Your Sunroom an Upgrade with Heated Floors

Sunrooms are a feature that many homeowners crave, because these flexible rooms add an extra dose of comfort and relaxation to any home space. Primarily used for rest and relaxation, sunroom floors are typically made of concrete and sometimes enhanced with other flooring materials. As a result, the floors in the sunroom are often cold to the touch, particularly in the morning hours when you are going to be having that first cup of coffee.

Not only will radiant floor heating solutions make your sunroom floors warm and comfortable, but it also will serve as a supplemental heat source in the room. Heated floors will actually heat the space from the ground up, providing you with consistent, clean and reliable heat in this notoriously challenging room. With heated floors in your sunroom, you will find yourself using this room more than ever. 

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Sunroom Floors: Which Materials Will Support a Radiant Flooring Heating Solution

Radiant floor heating solutions are a flexible and versatile option, as there are products available for nearly every type of flooring material. You can have heated floors in your sunroom, regardless of the flooring material that you prefer. Radiant floor heating solutions pair well with:

  • Tile flooring — Tile floors are a popular option in sunrooms, because they can easily be installed on top of a concrete slab. Fortunately, tile floors are an ideal flooring material when you are interested in heated floors. Most tile floors heat up quickly to your desired temperature, and they will maintain that temperature for long periods of time.

  • Hardwood floors — Hardwood floors add a touch of elegance to the sunroom space, and can also be installed on top of radiant floor heating products. Depending on the type of hardwood floors that you choose and the thickness of the wood, the amount of time it takes for your system to heat up can vary. However, wood floors retain the heat for long periods of time.

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The Top Reasons Why You Should Add Heated Floors to Your Sunroom

At Green Wave Distribution, we believe that heated floors will be the perfect addition to your sunroom because:

  • It will increase your comfort level in the room.
  • It will serve as a supplemental heat source.
  • It will improve your home’s resale value.
  • It will encourage you to spend as much time as possible in this space.

Once you have heated floors in your sunroom, you will find it hard to step away from this cozy, relaxing space. It will no longer be the place where you quickly sip your morning cup of coffee — it will be your go-to lunch spot, your afternoon nap destination, and your space where you wind down in the evening.

For more information about how heated floors can improve your sunroom, contact Green Wave Distribution today. 

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