As energy conscious homeowners examine their options, radiant heat flooring products are becoming increasingly popular. Not only do these electric and hydronic systems deliver heat precisely where it is wanted underfoot, the heat delivery is even, long-lasting, and comfortable. Once a radiant heat system is selected, the question then becomes a matter of what flooring material to place over the heating elements. The good news for lovers of wood floors is that thinner engineered wood flooring is more stable and transfers heat better than solid wood flooring. Moreover, engineered wood floating floors do not require nails or staples that might puncture radiant heat wires or pipes. Engineer wood floors combine with radiant heat systems to feel as warm as they look. If you’re thinking about flooring options for your home, please come talk to the friendly folks at LIBERTY CARPET. We have a wide variety of options for you to choose from, and our expert sales staff can help you understand the pros and cons of your choices. In addition to laminate and hardwoods, we also stock a wide selection of area rugs, carpets, and vinyl. You can call 570-879-4567 and talk to one of our knowledgeable sales staff or visit us at 628 Main Street, Hallstead. In the same location for more than 27 years.

P.S. It may not be necessary to use foam underlayment beneath engineered wood planks when it is placed over a radiant heating system. Check with manufacturer recommendations.