About Carbonic Warm Floors

Carbonic Warm Floors are a UL certified, state-of-the-art technology that creates comfortable and consistent heat. Powered by FAR infrared radiant heat technology, it is the most energy-efficient way of providing this type of heating system, easy to install, reliable and extremely durable.

Carbonic Warm Floors is a cost-effective and efficient heating solution for a variety of interior and exterior applications.

  • Film adapts to any size installation
  • 20% to 30% more efficient than competitive floor heating systems
  • Includes no moving parts or coils
  • Enhanced reliability, wear/stress and longevity
  • Reduces all routine maintenance issues
  • Provides superior zoning for all residential and commercial applications
  • Controlled by any line voltage thermostat
  • Easy to install

What Is FAR Infrared Technology?
FAR infrared is the most efficient and healthy way to heat people and objects. Every object emits Infrared energy. When an object has a higher temperature than its surroundings, the infrared light it emits will warm nearby objects. This is also called “indirect” heating.

As with the sun, Carbonic Heat In Floor Heating Systems emit FAR infrared waves which heat floors, walls and the objects contained within a space.

Besides the immediate effect of warming the people in the space, Carbonic Heat FAR infrared operates at a part of the light spectrum that allows it to travel through the floor and heat other surfaces. So when doors or windows are opened, the warmth within the space does not escape, but remains in the floor and objects. Within seconds or minutes of closing the door or window, the space becomes warm again.

Unlike traditional heating systems, there are no transportation or “duct losses,” no conversion losses or air-flow losses. All stored energy can be used.

Efficiency Comparisons

Baseboard Heater
30% Efficient
Coils and elements burn out every three to five years from heavy use
Hydronic (Fuel-Based)
Low Efficiency
Cannot compete in efficiency
Requires supplemental heating
Forced Air
60% Efficient
Even the most efficient heaters suffer from duct loss and ventilation requirements
It only heats the air in a room, not the objects
Hydronic (Geothermal)
60% Efficient
Won't work at all temperatures