Why Chill Out?


    • Chill Out doesn’t require an expensive thermostat or floor sensors. The Chill Out mat self-regulates to the perfect floor temperature.
    • Chill Out uses less than half the electricity than conventional wire products need to warm the same size floor.
    • In small bathrooms, conventional wire systems use same amount of electricity as three 100 watt bulbs vs. only one for Chill Out.
    • Chill Out is a durable carbon mat, not a copper wire system. It will not fail even after years of use.

Chill Out can be nailed or stapled though without damage.

  • Chill Out comes in a roll that can be cut on site to adjust for floor size and layout.
  • Self-Regulating: because the steam coming from the shower is at 96 degrees, it shuts down the thermostat on conventional floor heating systems, which means the floor gets cold. For this reason bathrooms should never use thermostats to control floor temperature. Chill Out doesn’t need a thermostat to maintain the perfect floor temperature.
  • Conventional wire systems require a thermostat to prevent overheating, which is not an issue when you choose Chill Out.


Radiant Heat

  • Heating element can be cut to size to fit any foor plan 100 foot rolls now available – use it as you need it.
  • Self Regulating element can not overheat. NO expensive Thermostat or Floor Sensor needed!
  • Durable carbon element can be nailed or stapled to sub-floor without damage
  • Wide heating element offers excellent 80% floor coverage 24V Low Voltage
  • Uses Only 6W/sqft



  • Wire mats must be specifically ordered for your size job.Wire can NOT be cut on site or reused.
  • Product must be controlled by expensive thermostat and floor sensor to prevent overheating.
  • High failure rates due to thin brittle wire which often break in construction environments.
  • Thin heating wire only covers 2% of total floor area 120V/240V
  • Uses 16W/sqft


Carbon Film

  • Carbon film mats can only be cut once and they can not be linked together.
  • Product must be controlled by expensive thermostat and floor sensor to prevent overheating
  • Carbon film can only be used under wood or laminate flooring. NO tile.
  • Can not be stapled or nailed to sub floor.
  • Must be installed over special insulation.
  • The most expensive to install 120V/240V
  • Uses 20W/sqft