#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet #300240965

Model #QWT3X10F120

10 ft. x 36 in. 120-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 30 sq. ft.)

  • Floor heating for glue-down floors, ceramic and porcelain tile
  • Easy to install radiant floor heating mats - cut to length
  • Keep feet warm w/ cost effective electric floor heating system
  • See More Details

Frequently Bought Together

+
+
Price:

Product Overview

QuietWarmth Peel and Stick is a lightweight, clean, quiet, hypoallergenic, highly efficient, sliver-thin and maintenance-free radiant heat system for tile and glue-down floors. Using a low energy consumption of 12 Watt per square foot, QuietWarmth Peel and Stick Radiant Heating Film provides up to 85% heated surface coverage to traditional tile, stone, marble flooring or glue-down wood, without any hot or cold spots. It is a highly efficient radiant heat film integrated in a waterproof anti-fracture membrane which helps isolate cracks for tile applications up to 3/8 in. W. Skip waiting for self-levelers and mortars to dry, start to lay your tile floor faster with the convenient peel and stick design built into each mat.
  • Produces even, gentle heat distribution, creates no hot spots and safe for glue-down wood floors
  • Flexible film material that is ultra-thin and will not raise the floor height of your new floor
  • Easy to install, peel and stick membrane to get your job done faster
  • Factory attached 15 ft. leads
  • Safe, low cost energy consumption, warm floors for only pennies per day
  • 10-year warranty
  • Control temperature comfort with an available floor sensing thermostat



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Compare Similar Under Floor Warming

Top Rated72 in. x 30 in. 120-Volt Radiant Floor Heating Mat
current product
10 ft. x 36 in. 120-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 30 sq. ft.)
10 ft. x 36 in. 240-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 30 sq. ft.)WarmWire Radiant Electric Floor Heating Wire 120-Volt - 70 sq. ft.
BrandSunTouch Floor WarmingQuietWarmthQuietWarmthSunTouch Floor Warming
Name72 in. x 30 in. 120-Volt Radiant Floor Heating Mat10 ft. x 36 in. 120-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 30 sq. ft.)10 ft. x 36 in. 240-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 30 sq. ft.)WarmWire Radiant Electric Floor Heating Wire 120-Volt - 70 sq. ft.
Price
Add to Cart to See Price
Add to Cart to See Price
Ratings
(334)
(57)
(57)
(2)
Voltage (volts)120120240120
Flooring Product TypeUnderfloor HeatingUnderfloor HeatingUnderfloor HeatingUnderfloor Heating
View ProductView ProductView ProductView Product

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (ft.)
10
Product Thickness (in.)
.03 in
Product Width (in.)
36

Details

Flooring Product Type
Underfloor Heating
Material
Flexible Carbon Film
Product Weight (lb.)
7.4 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Total Square Footage Covered
30
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
12 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
10 years

Questions & Answers

49Questions17Answers

Is this safe to put under stone flooring? There are old hardwood floors in my kitchen, it's a ver...

Asked by Chelsea April 20, 2021
1
Answer

We would like to learn more about your flooring situation, please give us a call at (888) - 379 - 9695.

Can this be used in a tile shower floor?

Asked by Eric April 18, 2021
1
Answer

QuietWarmth can not be used directly under the shower floor. However, it can be used underneath the tiles in the rest of the bathroom.

I would like to warm the floor of my garage woodworking shop. Some of my tools are pretty heavy. ...

Asked by bbailey April 2, 2021
4
Answers

This product installs UNDER tile flooring not on top. The flooring would protect from your tools, etc.

Can this be wired to the thermostat along with a separate quietwarmth mat that’s specified and be...

Asked by Trav March 26, 2021
1
Answer

Yes, both tile and floating films put out the same watts and amps so you can control both types with 1 thermostat at the same time. Ensure to follow all instruction manuals for each type of flooring you are putting over the top.

Can this be installed under glued down engineered hardwood floor? The floor manufacturer allows ...

Asked by Pi March 16, 2021
2
Answers

It can, it would be install just like it would be under tile. Wood is abut 20 degrees warmer than tile with out using any heat under it. so just keep that in mind. you would have to do a glue down over floating for this type of installation.

Could this system potentially work for a cargo trailer conversion with a 12v solar system/battery...

Asked by Trailerconversion March 14, 2021
2
Answers

It can be installed in a cargo trailer however can not be installed under rubber flooring.

Could you actually heat a small bathroom with this installed underneath tile? Looking to replace ...

Asked by Max February 25, 2021
1
Answer

Yes, it can in some situations. A Manual J heat loss calculation is required. Consult your HVAC technician for more accurate calculations.

Can this be used on durarock then self leveler poured on top then tile

Asked by Matt February 3, 2021
2
Answers

Technically yes over an approved tile backerboard and then self leveler over the top, but ensure the edge flaps are sealed around the entire Quietwarmth mat, whether you need to cut to size the mat or not, is performed. This sealing step gives you a moisture tight seal of the mat. However, since the mat is credit card thin, the need for self leveler over the top isn't exactly needed. Channeling small shallow recessed channels into the backerboard for the wires is about all you really need to do.

Can the thermostat sensor wire be installed more that 12” from the wall?

Asked by Aaron January 14, 2021
1
Answer

Yes, placing the floor sensor next to the edge of the mat will provide accurate reading.

I am installing wood flooring with underlayment attached. Can this product be installed under woo...

Asked by chrissie December 24, 2020
2
Answers

Yes, you can use this product with attached underlayment.

10 ft. x 36 in. 120-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Floor Heating Mat for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 30 sq. ft.) - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 57 reviews
  • 100% recommend this product
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 57 reviews
If you're looking for underfloor heating for tile or glue down floors, this is a good option. The...
If you're looking for underfloor heating for tile or glue down floors, this is a good option. The heating mats themselves are very durable and have a very rugged layer of protection on top of them for the thinset or glue to stick to when you put down your flooring. The only complicated part of the installation is the wiring. The heating mats themselves are very thin, and will fit effortlessly below any floor. The wires are somewhat thick and harder to fit. The instructions tell you as much as possible to put the wiring (and thermostat) next to a wall or trim, which is definitely the best way to go. With the space I had (medium sized bathroom) I didn't really have that option, but leveled out the floor with thinset so that the tile would fit well even with the thick wires and thermostats. This product does not include a thermostat, so you will need to buy one for each room or area that you wish to heat. They are generic, so as long as you match the voltage (120v or 240v) you can use any brand. You also have to install a temperature probe for the thermostat. I ordered an extra temperature probe to install under the floor just in case. I routed my wires and taped them down, and then applied thinset. The floor was also pretty unlevel so I put thinset in other areas as well, although you generally do not have to level the floor around the mats. They are not thick enough to really have a noticeable effect once you put the flooring in. The mats work well, but they do not heat up very quickly (just like any electric underfloor heating system). In my test with ~70 degree ambient air temperature and 64 degrees floor temperature, the floor heated up about 5 degrees per hour, so it took about 4 hours for the floors to go from ~64 degrees to my set temperature of 84 degrees. 84 degrees had a nice warmth to it, but was not hot. Setting the temperature too high (>90 degrees) is supposedly unhealthy for your feet and legs. The other piece of advice I have is to cover your floors very densely with the heating mats. They only heat the floor directly above the mat. If you have 1 foot gaps between your mats, that gap will not really be heated. Take your time and install them well, as you do not ever want to tear the flooring out to fix them! The mats can be cut every 4 inches or so. The installation manual tells you where you can cut them. Overall, I highly recommend. Like any underfloor heating system, the installation is quite involved, but the results are worth it! This is a fantastic way to heat small places like bathrooms. If you are already putting new flooring down, its worth it to spend the little bit of extra time and money for underfloor heating, its a cheap way to gain a lot of equity for your home!
by PhysicsDude
4 people found this helpful
If you're looking for underfloor heating for tile or glue down floors, this is a good option. The...
If you're looking for underfloor heating for tile or glue down floors, this is a good option. The heating mats themselves are very durable and have a very rugged layer of protection on top of them for the thinset or glue to stick to when you put down your flooring. The only complicated part of the installation is the wiring. The heating mats themselves are very thin, and will fit effortlessly below any floor. The wires are somewhat thick and harder to fit. The instructions tell you as much as possible to put the wiring (and thermostat) next to a wall or trim, which is definitely the best way to go. With the space I had (medium sized bathroom) I didn't really have that option, but leveled out the floor with thinset so that the tile would fit well even with the thick wires and thermostats. This product does not include a thermostat, so you will need to buy one for each room or area that you wish to heat. They are generic, so as long as you match the voltage (120v or 240v) you can use any brand. You also have to install a temperature probe for the thermostat. I ordered an extra temperature probe to install under the floor just in case. I routed my wires and taped them down, and then applied thinset. The floor was also pretty unlevel so I put thinset in other areas as well, although you generally do not have to level the floor around the mats. They are not thick enough to really have a noticeable effect once you put the flooring in. The mats work well, but they do not heat up very quickly (just like any electric underfloor heating system). In my test with ~70 degree ambient air temperature and 64 degrees floor temperature, the floor heated up about 5 degrees per hour, so it took about 4 hours for the floors to go from ~64 degrees to my set temperature of 84 degrees. 84 degrees had a nice warmth to it, but was not hot. Setting the temperature too high (>90 degrees) is supposedly unhealthy for your feet and legs. The other piece of advice I have is to cover your floors very densely with the heating mats. They only heat the floor directly above the mat. If you have 1 foot gaps between your mats, that gap will not really be heated. Take your time and install them well, as you do not ever want to tear the flooring out to fix them! The mats can be cut every 4 inches or so. The installation manual tells you where you can cut them. Overall, I highly recommend. Like any underfloor heating system, the installation is quite involved, but the results are worth it! This is a fantastic way to heat small places like bathrooms. If you are already putting new flooring down, its worth it to spend the little bit of extra time and money for underfloor heating, its a cheap way to gain a lot of equity for your home!
by PhysicsDude
2 people found this helpful
I've been using radiant heat under my flooring as I've remodeled or built additions for a few yea...
I've been using radiant heat under my flooring as I've remodeled or built additions for a few years now. I have a small lake house that I've been remodeling since I now live in it year round which includes our very cold winters. I've been aggravated with other heat film because it curled up on me and you needed to have another person to help or weights that would keep it down. This peel and stick heat film works great! I found it very easy to install on the floor (I had an electrician wire the thermostat to this film). I used tile over this film but you can use glue down flooring as well according to the label. According to the product manual (picture of page attached) you CAN NOT use vinyl or linoleum floor coverings with this QuietWarmth Peel & Stick Radiant Heat. I have attached pictures to this review showing do's & don'ts of this heat film to make it easier to answer any questions you may have before purchasing this product. I also attached a picture of the part that peels off the film to stick it on your floor. For DIY installation, I highly recommend this heat film.
by JoJo
4 people found this helpful
Great Idea for any bathroom remodeling and or on each side of the bed when waking up, As a remode...
Great Idea for any bathroom remodeling and or on each side of the bed when waking up, As a remodeling contractor I have been recommending under floor warming and installing them so far I have never had a call back with any problems, Easy enough for a homeowner to install, Easy peel and stick on sub floor and install tile or wood flooring, comes with 15 leads to connect to thermostat, I use a programmable thermostat to start at 5am in bathroom floor and by the time I get out of the shower the floor is nice warm. the only con is the thermostat is expensive but well worth the benefits of having warm feet. 10 year warranty.
by Joco
2 people found this helpful
Marble tiles are beautiful, but they are also cold. So when redoing our bathroom with marble, we ...
Marble tiles are beautiful, but they are also cold. So when redoing our bathroom with marble, we decided to heat the floor. This bathroom is quite small, so we only needed one strip of the heat film right down the middle of the tiles. I dare you to see the difference in height, you won't see it (the strip runs down the center tiles). Installation was without a hitch, and now we have a snuggly warm floor to step on when stepping out of the shower. I could not be happier!
by HappyGardener
1 person found this helpful
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Perfect size and great addition to the new bathroom features...
Perfect size and great addition to the new bathroom features
by DaPope
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Excellent...
Excellent
by Daniel
First time using these and i'll say i'm very impressed. I have a split level house, the living room/kitchen floor has a 4ft high crawl space underneath it. This crawlspace was not insulated, even the ducts did not have insulation. By the time the "hot" air went through the ducts in the crawl space to the far vents, it wasn't even "luke warm" air coming out. I put these between my trusses against the subfloor. As these are pricey and I didn't want such a majority amount of heat coming from just the split floor and not going to the other 70% of the house, so I did it every other joist. I then put some Rockwell bats against those flush with the bottom of the joists. All I can say is it's night and day difference. Not only that, but my furnace doesn't have to run nearly as much. The install is pretty easy. Though I would say anyone without basic DIY skills would likely have difficulty. Putting it in a crawlspace is very easy. However to install in an existing ceiling/floor would obviously be much more difficult. Talking removing drywall/insulation, putting this in, then redoing it.
by HandyManMike
1 person found this helpful
Showing 1-10 of 57 reviews