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A perfect match: Stoneform® and heated floors

Radiant floor heating systems, whether they use electric or hot water, have become increasingly popular for their energy efficiency and comfort-enhancing properties. If you're considering installing radiant heating in your home or already have it in place, you might be wondering if it's compatible with Stoneform®. In this blog post, we'll explore why Stoneform® is an excellent choice for homes with radiant floor heating and what you need to keep in mind to ensure a successful installation.


Stoneform® is renowned for its beauty, durability, and waterproof properties. These features make it an ideal flooring solution for various areas in your home, especially those where radiant heating is installed. Here's why Stoneform® and radiant heating systems are a match made in flooring heaven: 

  1. Thermal Conductivity: Stoneform® flooring is known for its excellent thermal conductivity, which means it efficiently transfers heat from the radiant system to your living space. This results in a cozy and warm environment, making your home more comfortable during colder months.
  2. Waterproof Design: One of the standout features of Stoneform® flooring is its waterproof nature. Radiant heating systems can sometimes lead to moisture buildup, but you won't have to worry about that with Stoneform®. Its waterproof properties help maintain the flooring's integrity and longevity, even in areas prone to moisture.
  3. Aesthetics: Stoneform® flooring comes in a variety of styles and designs, including options that mimic the natural look of stone or wood. This means you can enjoy the visual appeal of authentic materials without compromising on the benefits of radiant heating.


While Stoneform® flooring is compatible with radiant heating systems, it's essential to follow some guidelines to ensure a successful installation:

  1. Temperature Control: Keep the radiant floor heat under 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Excessive heat can potentially damage the flooring's integrity. Modern radiant heating systems are typically designed to operate within this temperature range.
  2. Consult a Professional: For the best results, it's always advisable to consult with a professional installer experienced in working with both radiant heating systems and floating, click-together flooring. They can ensure proper installation and avoid any potential issues.
  3. Regular Maintenance: To maintain the longevity and appearance of your Stoneform® flooring, follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance guidelines. Regular cleaning and maintenance will keep your floors looking beautiful for years to come.


When it comes to combining the comfort and efficiency of radiant heating with the beauty and durability of Stoneform® flooring, you can rest assured that they make a perfect pair. With the right precautions and professional guidance, you can enjoy the benefits of a warm and inviting home without compromising on the quality and aesthetics of your flooring.

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