Unlimited Flooring Options

Unmatched Flexibility for Architects, Builders, and Homeowners

Warmboard Heats Your Favorite Floors

Step into a world of unparalleled comfort where floors are no longer barriers to warmth, but rather sources of radiating tranquility.

Warmboard’s innovative radiant floor heating technology seamlessly integrates with a variety of premium flooring options, transforming your home into a haven of coziness.

  • It allows for a wider range of flooring options compared to traditional hydronic systems
  • More even floor temperatures for better performance and protection of fine hardwood floors and other flooring materials


See a list of all the compatible floor types below.

High Conductivity & heat transfer

Thinner flooring allows for faster heat transfer, making it more efficient. However, you don’t need to limit your flooring options. Our unique thick aluminum surface panels, in direct contact with your finish floor material, offer exceptional conductivity, delivering warmth almost instantly with higher output at lower water temperatures for energy savings and more even floor temperatures for greater comfort.

Types of Flooring compatible with Warmboard products

  • Hardwood
  • Engineered hardwood
  • Vinyl flooring
  • Tile
  • Stone
  • Carpet
  • Cork
  • Linoleum
  • Laminate
  • Bamboo
  • and more…

Find the Perfect Match

Choosing the Best Flooring for Your Radiant Heat System

Choosing the right flooring for your radiant heat system goes beyond aesthetics. You want materials that efficiently transfer warmth for optimal comfort and energy savings. Here’s what you need to know:

Understanding Radiant Heat:

Radiant heat, unlike forced air systems, warms objects and people directly. So, for maximum efficiency, you need flooring that readily conducts this heat.

Consult with an expert:

Consult your radiant heat specialist for specific recommendations based on your chosen system and desired flooring material. Warmboard offers expert guidance for your custom project.

Key Material Properties:

  • Thinness: Thicker floors take longer to heat up, delaying that cozy comfort. Opt for thinner options like engineered wood or luxury vinyl tile (LVT) for quicker response times.
  • High Conductivity: Materials like aluminum, stone, and ceramic tile efficiently transfer heat, keeping your space warm and energy bills low.
  • Durability: With hydronic radiant heat (using water-filled tubes), ensure your chosen flooring is water-resistant and compatible with the specific installation method.

Ready to get started?

Please provide Warmboard with your construction documents. We’d be happy to walk you through different flooring options and what we can do to ensure energy-efficient heating and savings.

Submit your floor plans

warmboard floor plans

More information about radiant heat flooring:

Home Design

Home design possibilities with Warmboard

Radiant Floor Design

Even floor temperatures means more flooring options.

Radiant Floor Heating

Learn why radiant heating is superior to forced air heating