Heatizon Systems, Radiant Heating, Murray, UT

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Floor or Space Heat?

Floor Heating can provide a comfortable environment taking the chill off of cold floors without providing the heat required for the entire space. Space Heating requires the heat loss of the space to be evaluated in order to design a system that will provide sufficient primary heat.

Is this a retrofit?

If you have access to floor joists below and do not plan on installing new flooring, you can choose to do a retrofit application with ZMesh.


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Tile & Stone Floor Heating Systems

Electric floor heating systems for tile and stone will add comfort to complement to beauty of these hard surfaces.  Heating tile and stone is one of the most popular applications for radiant floor heating in the industry from bathrooms and kitchens ito commercial floors like entrances, lobbies, and work spaces, Heatizon offers choices to fit your application and expectations.  Since 1979 Heatizon has provided solutions to heat tile and stone hard surfaces with our easy to install, versatile, long lasting and safest in the industry in floor radiant heating systems.  

Select the right heating element.

Choose between low voltage options like ZMesh and Tuff Cable, or line voltage options like Heatwave Mats and Cozy Heat.  Heatizon tile and stone floor heating products radiate an even and gentle heat throughout the floor surface. These safe and efficient systems are easy to install and fit any application imagined. Below are our performance heating options to fit your project.  

Line Voltage

Low Voltage

 

GOOD

Heatwave Line Voltage Floor Heating Mats
  • Easy & convenient to install
  • Cut and turn technology
  • Even heating with full coverage
easy roll out heatwave mat radiant floor heating

Heatwave Mats consist of heating cable woven through a fiberglass mesh fabric. Heatwave Mats are a quick and easy roll out product for any professional or any DIY project.
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BETTER

Cozy Heat Line Voltage Floor Warming
  • Specifically designed heat
  • High strength
  • Voltage flexibility
  • Customized layout
cozy heat radiant floor warming system

Cozy Heat comes as either a fixed length constant wattage MI Cable with cold leads or a cut to length self regulating cable. Cozy Heat is ideal for embedding in cementitous materials under most floor coverings.
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BEST

ZMesh Radiant Floor Heating
  • Nail and staple through
  • Even, gentle heat
  • large area coverage
  • Cut to length
  • Highest longevity
zmesh radiant floor heating systems

ZMesh is a bronze screen heating element that can be nailed and stapled through. At ~1/16 inch thick and 9 or 12 inches ZMesh provides an even and gentle heat throughout the floor.
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Tuff Cable Floor Warming Systems
  • High strength and flexible
  • Customized coverage
  • Cut to length
  • Highest longevity
Tuff Cable floor heating products

Tuff Cable is a durable copper coated conductor that can be embedded in a cementitous material for underfloor heating.  Tuff Cable is safe for showers, easy to repair, customizable, and cut to length in the field.
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Floorizwarm low Voltage floor warming system
  • Complete kit
  • Designed for small areas
  • Shower safe
  • Highest longevity
floorizwarm low voltage floor warming kit

The Floorizwarm System is a complete kit designed for areas of 110 sqft or less boasting the same quality and longevity of our larger low voltage systems.
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