How To Apply Concrete Flooring Over Radiant Heat?

Radiant Heat with concrete flooring is an affordable luxury and yes it can be achieved when you know how. Madstone Floors, owned by Tom Zilian of Rhode Island completed this project.

The process started with reinforcing the flooring to support the weight of 2 inch thick concrete poured and smoothed over the radiant heating. After the floor cured, Tom applied Param SSL, a decorative concrete overlay that is burnished by hand. The result is a natural polished concrete appearance.

Saw cuts were applied to provide the look of custom tile while maintaining a seamless surface. The flooring was sealed with epoxy and a polyurethane top coat. As you can see the project came out great.

We have numerous coatings that will provide a solution for just about every flooring challenge. We have numerous overlays that can be applied at varying thicknesses. Solutions include application over concrete, wood and old tile.

We have a network of highly skilled contractors and artisans nationwide who can help you on any size project. Take a look at the product descriptions on our website and give us a call with your project specifications.

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