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    FRANK LEO & ASSOCIATES

    #1 RE/MAX TEAM IN TORONTO & THE GTA**

    There are a few different ways to install heated floors, but the most common is radiant heating. Radiant heating involves cables or mats that are installed underneath the flooring. When the system is turned on, the heat from the cables or mats will warm up the flooring and the room.

    Another option is electric heating. This option involves installing wires beneath the flooring. The wires will then heat up when they are turned on, which will warm up the floor and the room.

    The last option is hydronic heating. This option involves installing pipes beneath the floor. When the system is turned on, hot water will flow through the pipes and warm up the floor and the room.

    Which type of heated flooring you choose will depend on your budget and the type of room you are installing it in. If you are looking for a quick, easy installation, radiant heating is probably the best option. However, if you want a more luxurious look, hydronic heating may be a better choice. Electric heating is a good option if you are on a tight budget.

    No matter which type of heated flooring you choose, it is important to hire a professional to install it. Heated floors can be tricky to install and if they are not installed correctly, they can cause fires or other safety hazards. So, if you are considering installing heated floors in your home, be sure to hire a qualified contractor.

    If you are looking for a quick, easy installation, radiant heating is probably the best option. However, if you want a more luxurious look, hydronic heating may be a better choice. Electric heating is a good option if you are on a tight budget.

    Looking to buy or sell a home in the near future? Get guaranteed results with the #1 RE/MAX Team in Toronto & the GTA.* Contact Frank Leo & Associates for more information.