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Model # QWT1.5X5F120

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QuietWarmth

5 ft. x 18 in. x 0.03 in. 120-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Heat Film for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 7.5 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
$ 80 43 /roll
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Product Overview

  • 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
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.
  • Produces even, gentle heat distribution, creates no hot spots and safe for tile and 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
  • Adjust temperature with QuietWarmth Thermostat (Sold Separately)



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Product Overview

  • 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
Model #: QWT1.5X5F120
Internet #: 300240972

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.

  • Produces even, gentle heat distribution, creates no hot spots and safe for tile and 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
  • Adjust temperature with QuietWarmth Thermostat (Sold Separately)



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • 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
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.
  • Produces even, gentle heat distribution, creates no hot spots and safe for tile and 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
  • Adjust temperature with QuietWarmth Thermostat (Sold Separately)



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • 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
Model #: QWT1.5X5F120
Internet #: 300240972

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.

  • Produces even, gentle heat distribution, creates no hot spots and safe for tile and 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
  • Adjust temperature with QuietWarmth Thermostat (Sold Separately)



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
5 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
.03 in
Product Width (in.)
18 in

Details

Flooring Product Type
Underfloor Heating
Material
Flexible Carbon Film
Product Weight (lb.)
2.5 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
12 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
10 years

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
5 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
.03 in
Product Width (in.)
18 in

Details

Flooring Product Type
Underfloor Heating
Material
Flexible Carbon Film
Product Weight (lb.)
2.5 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
12 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
10 years

Questions & Answers

Can this be used on a concrete floor?

Can this be used on a concrete floor?
Asked by: Karen
Yes! It works great with slab-on-grade concrete floors and glue down floors or tile.
Answered by: PhysicsDude
Date published: 2018-05-22

is it ok to install the heat film under the actual shower area? I have a walk-in shower -- Floo...

is it ok to install the heat film under the actual shower area? I have a walk-in shower -- Floor is porcelain tile with a linear drain by the end side wall.
Asked by: Andy
It is not recommended to use it in a shower. There is a shock hazard.
Answered by: PhysicsDude
Date published: 2018-05-23

Can this be used under tile in a shower?

Can this be used under tile in a shower?
Asked by: CSSJackson
No, it is not recommended to use under showers.
Answered by: PhysicsDude
Date published: 2018-05-22

I have a porch with 'outdoor' carpeting that was glued down onto the concrete. Can I use this on...

I have a porch with 'outdoor' carpeting that was glued down onto the concrete. Can I use this on top? (using the existing old carpet as an insulator)? Can I use this under a floating floor?
Asked by: Karen
No, carpet is highly flammable and I do not recommend to put it down with carpet. only can be used on a real tile.
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2018-03-15
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Customer Reviews

5 ft. x 18 in. x 0.03 in. 120-Volt Peel and Stick Radiant Heat Film for Tile and Glue-Down Floors (Covers 7.5 sq. ft.) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had the opportunity to evaluate this easy to use radiant floor heat film. First I must say this... I had the opportunity to evaluate this easy to use radiant floor heat film. First I must say this works best with new construction since the electric, thermal sensor(not supplied) and thermostat (not supplied) must be to code for your area. Once the electric is properly set up this film goes down very well and very fast. Final connection to previously installed point of service is straight forward. This film comes in several sizes and can be ganged together for local floor zoned heating or total floor heat. You then use your thinset directly over heat mat and set tiles according to your design making sure you use a plastic thinset trowel to help alleviate nicking the mat which may cause an electrical fault. It may sound difficult at first but your electrician does all the setup work. Things to watch out for..1. unstable floor.2. dirty floor.3.improper electric setup. Remember that once set to floor it will not be movable. Best of all this should last almost indefinitely when properly installed.
Date published: 2018-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The previous owners let the house freeze, which destroyed the old cast iron heating system. I ha... The previous owners let the house freeze, which destroyed the old cast iron heating system. I had been heating with wood, until I put in a new natural gas boiler. I removed the cast iron and installed PEX, in the ceiling joists of my unfinished basement, for radiant heat. Running PEX to the second floor would be much more complicated and expensive. My second floor is bedrooms and a bathroom, and with the rising heat, it is now just a little cooler than the first; which is great for sleeping, but I wanted the bathroom warmer ... This was a cheap and easy solution! I planned on re-tiling the bathroom floor. So, this version was perfect. The bathroom is small. This runs from the shower to the sink, and is wide enough to get in front of the toilet. Basically, no cold feet. FYI ... QuietWarmth makes this for floating floor, tiled floor and retrofit, in varying lengths and widths. Make sure you choose the right one, and you can cut it down if it is too long.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Take the time to read all the reviews on this product as well as watch the installation video. Th... Take the time to read all the reviews on this product as well as watch the installation video. There is some great advice out there to make installation easier. You want to get this job done right the first time otherwise you will be tearing up flooring. My biggest tip would be to use a plastic trowel when spreading the mud if you are installing tile over the heater and go slow, take your time. You don't want to damage your heater. Also, constantly check the continuity of the heater's circuitry during installation so you can find and repair a damaged area more easily without tearing out a bunch of floor. Also use a radiant barrier or some kind of insulation under the heater if you can, esp. on a concrete floor. You want as much heat as possible going to heat the flooring and room, not the slab. These are not the easiest of projects but the results are well worth it!
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I just finished the installation of the peel and stick radiant heat film in a small bathroom I am... I just finished the installation of the peel and stick radiant heat film in a small bathroom I am remodeling. The Installation and operation manual is very detailed and this system would be impossible to install without it. The install is very tedious and requires quite a bit of pre-planning. I would recommend going to the manufacturers website and doing some research before the install. Additional items required are a thermostat and sensor. Homedepot carries the sensor but not the thermostat, if you go to the manufacturers website they can direct you where to go to purchase the correct thermostat. I am still not sure if it was worth all the trouble I had to go thru for this small area but if I do it in my other bathrooms it will be quite a bit easier.
Date published: 2018-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a pretty simple way to provide a radiant floor when you're putting in a new floor. The fi... This is a pretty simple way to provide a radiant floor when you're putting in a new floor. The film is 3 feet wide with the electrical resistance grid looking like it's printed on the film. There are two wires connected at one end to make the connection to 120 volt power by way of a separate thermostat controler. The film is quite thin and it was easy to lay out on the subfloor backing and stick down after peeling the protective film off the adhesive side. The top side covered with the mortar and tile along with the rest of the floor. In use it gets warm but not too hot and is perfect for the bathroom that it went into. it is fairly low energy consumption as well since it uses only 12 watts per square foot, a total of 360 watts for the 30 square feet. The same energy consumption as six 60 watt light bulbs when it's running to make the floor nice and warm. Except when it is first warming up a cold floor you really can't tell when it's on because the mass of the tile floor holds the warmth so that you don't notice it cycling on and off with the thermostat. Nothing like stepping onto a warm floor when you get out of the shower!
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I ordered two of these for heating our bathrooms. I started with the small one for the half bath ... I ordered two of these for heating our bathrooms. I started with the small one for the half bath under the stairs. I learned a few things that helped with the later larger project. Please read the reviews for this product as well as watch the installation video as it will really help you in your installation. You want to get this right the first time. If you are able to lay down some sort of insulating material or radiant barrier before installing this heater, it will greatly increase the amount of heat available to heat your floor/room. If it goes down directly over the concrete slab, you will waste time and energy heating that slab. Read the directions, plan your installation, read the directions again and do a dry lay out to see how it fits. It seems like a pain but the results are worth it!
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product requires dedicated wiring so I do not recommenced it as an average home owner DIY pr... This product requires dedicated wiring so I do not recommenced it as an average home owner DIY project. It also requires components not included with the mat. This is an excellent quality product with great warming capability. Good bye to cold bathroom ceramic floors. Keep in mind that this goes between the sub-floor and ceramic or stone floor. If your flooring is already installed weigh carefully whether you really want to tear out your existing floor to install this. This demands repeating, this is not a project for the average home owner. This requires electrical wiring from the box for a dedicated power source, running wires in the wall for thermostat and power, modifying concrete sub-surface to allow components to enable flooring to lie flat over it, and demolition of existing flooring if already in place. Remember this will not work under wood, linoleum, or any other plastic or asphalt based flooring.
Date published: 2018-02-11
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