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Winter Arrives Early, It's Not Too Late to Install Warm Floors!

2013-12-09

Winter's frightful temperatures have arrived early this year, but it's not too late for families to gather together to enjoy the warmth and comfort of floor heat. ThermoSoft International Corp. offers timely installation tips and online sales to keep the holidays warmer and families together.

In many parts of the country, temperatures are falling well short of their normal highs. But, unseasonably cold temperatures don't have to put a freeze on the holidays. When the weather outside is frightful and the family room with sliding patio doors is not so delightful, it's time to consider installing a warm floor.

Consumers increasingly wary that "gray Thursday" and "Black Friday" detract from family time during the holiday can shop online from the convenience of their own homes. There's no need to leave home and family and face the frenzied throngs of holiday shoppers. There's no waiting in long lines to get high quality floor heat systems at a deep discount.

Almost anyone can take advantage of their Thanksgiving holiday weekend (or the weeks to follow leading up to Christmas) to stay home with family and install a floor heat system. Three or four days are certainly enough time to install a warm floor in a family room, basement or kitchen, especially with ThermoSoft's ThermofFloor for laminate and engineered wood floors. Since ThermoSoft's ThermoFloor can be installed without any glue or cement, it can be installed in less than one day. The remaining two or three days' time is required to install the floor itself and for the electrician to "rough-in" the electrical and connect the thermostat.

ThermoSoft also offers floor heat for tile floors in kitchens and bathrooms. For people comfortable using thin-set mortar or self-leveling cement to install tile, these floor heat systems are do-it-yourself friendly. Otherwise, the homeowner can install the warm floor mats or cable and call a tile installer to lay the floor. An electrician is also needed to connect the thermostat.

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