Adding a heater to my kitchen remodel

I saved up over 20,000 to redo my small kitchen.

I wanted the space to be totally perfect and have plenty of money.

I have spared no expense for my dream kitchen. I have brand new stainless steel appliances. I expanded my kitchen window to let in more light and added recessed lighting to the ceiling. I have hardwood cupboards and quartz countertops. I debated heavily on what to do for the flooring. I decided that I wanted tile to match the rest of the house. However, the kitchen due to the windows is quite cold. I also know that the kitchen tends to feel a little colder in the winter due to where the sun rises and sets. So I decided that it would be smart to add heated flooring during the process. Rather than use a ventless heater like before, the heating system is hidden below my floorboards. I was able to free up lower cabinet space. It also looks much better with the heater hidden. I wasn’t sure how much I was going to like heated flooring until I got it in my home. I love feeling the gentle heat under my feet. It doesn’t make any noise, no heat rises to the ceiling and it doesn’t cost much energy bill wise. It was a nice little dent in my kitchen budget but I am so glad that I splurged for it. My kitchen is a masterpiece. It has perfect heating, counterspace, appliances and is modern. It is now the statement piece of my home.

Heating system