Warm Floor Insulation – Increases Comfort of Floors

Quik-Therm Warm Floor - High Density Rigid Insulation for The Top Side of Concrete Floors

Quik-Therm Warm Floor is a high density EPS foam subfloor designed and engineered for insulating the top side of unheated concrete floors. Finished materials such as laminate and engineered flooring are easily installed directly on top of Quik-Therm Warm Floor without the need for adhesives and fasteners. Quik-Therm Warm Floor provides superior comfort and saves energy dollars. It is less expensive than conventional sub floor products and faster and easier to install.

Technical Data & Literature - Warm Floor

Quik-Therm Warm Floor is a high density rigid foam sub-floor Insulation designed and engineered for the top side of un-heated concrete floors. Finished materials such as laminate and engineered flooring are easily installed directly on top of Quik-Therm Warm Floor without the need for adhesives and fasteners.

Do You Have Cold Feet?

Have you ever been in a really nice house where you wished you wore slippers in the basement? It seems a little outrageous doesn’t it? Why in the world would you want to invest money into creating a new living space and potentially doubling your square footage, but have it uncomfortable?

Best Way to Insulate Existing Basement Floors

Let’s face it, insulating on top of existing concrete floors is an after thought. If we knew then, what we know now, we would have installed insulation under the concrete before it was poured. So the question is; after the fact what is the best way to insulate the top side of existing concrete and basement floors?

Professionals - Q&A

What is the R-value of Warm Floor?

Warm Floor has an effective R-value of R-3.5.

What is the best type of flooring material for Warm Floor?

Any rigid flooring product that you can’t manipulate with your hands is rigid enough to go directly over Quik-Therm Warm Floor.  Most common rigid flooring products is Laminate Flooring and Luxury Vinyl Plank

Can I install carpet directly on top of Warm Floor?

No. Carpet requires a rigid subfloor over top of Warm Floor. Typically 3/8” plywood or thicker.

Does Warm Floor meet code as a Vapour and Radon Barrier?

Yes. Warm Floor is a code complaint Air, Vapour and Radon Barrier when joints are taped and perimeter edges sealed.

Does Warm Floor off-gas and/or lose R-value over time?

No. QT has no Long Term Thermal Resistance loss (LTTR).