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Leading Electric Radiant Floor Heating Manufacturer ThermoSoft Advocates Heated Floors for Allergy Sufferers

July 16, 2013

Unless allergy sufferers have already converted to electric radiant floor heating, they haven't turned over every stone in their efforts to combat allergies. Thermosoft explains why its floor warming systems help alleviate the conditions that contribute to allergies.

Vernon Hills, IL (PRWEB) July 16, 2013

ThermoSoft International Corporation, a USA manufacturer of electric radiant floor heating is advocating the benefits of floor warming for allergy sufferers.

People affected by allergies feel like the spring of 2013 was worse than ever before. Early blooming trees and flowers created an abundance of air-born pollen. Record setting rainfall kept mold counts high and cold, windy conditions helped to distribute pollen and mold spores everywhere.

The main advice of doctors, besides medication, is to stay inside and avoid allergens. But staying inside does not provide much relief when pollen manages to track its way in on shoes and clothing and through open doors. What's more, allergens typically found inside the home such as mold, pet dander and dust mites, can trigger hay fever-like symptoms just as troublesome as outside. Making matters worse, central forced-air heating systems circulate and blow allergens around the home just like the wind spreads and scatters allergens outside. Colder than normal temperatures this spring kept furnaces running longer and consequently, allergens were blowing throughout homes well into early June.

The solution is electric radiant floor heating for four main reasons. First, heated floors are so soothing and comfortable that wall-to-wall carpeting can be eliminated. Carpet is the culprit that harbors the dust, dirt and allergens that people are trying to avoid. Getting rid of carpet is another step toward improving indoor air health.

Second, floor warming "radiates" soothing warmth just like the sun does. Unlike forced-air systems with fans or blowers, electric radiant floor heating is not blown through an (often dirty) air filter via (often dirty) ductwork into every room. There is simply no way for floor warming systems to spread allergens. They are completely silent and free of drafts.

What's more, heated floors help dry out and kill mold, mildew, bacteria and dust mites that thrive in damp areas such as bathrooms and other rooms where moisture and humidity are present.

Finally, electric radiant floor heating is easy to install. Some systems are as easy as rolling out the floor heating mats, covering the floor heat mats with a flooring material, such as laminate, wood or tile, and connecting the floor warming mats to a radiant floor heating thermostat and the home's electric power.

With heated floors, you don't have to convert the whole house at once. Whether you are building a new home or remodeling, electric radiant floor heating can be installed room by room. Install radiant flooring only in the rooms where people spend most of their time or convert the whole house one room at a time. Typically, the first rooms where people install floor warming systems are in their kitchens and bathrooms to make their tile floors warm and comfortable. But allergy sufferers might consider converting bedroom floors first to heated floors. Doctors advise focusing on bedrooms because that's where people spend one-third of their lives. Alternatively, any room where people spend a lot of time such as family rooms should be considered.

ThermoSoft International Corporation is the leading, fully integrated, USA manufacturer of UL and ETL/Intertek compliant electric radiant floor heating systems that are easy-to-install, affordable and green, saving energy up to 40%. Thermosoft provides floor warming systems for installation under almost any type of floor covering. Same day shipping, lifetime warranty, toll-free installation and lifetime technical support are also provided for their heated floor systems. For more information visit: http://www.thermosoft.com.

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