Adding heated floors to the master bathroom

I am looking at the rest of our flooring in addition to debating on making an replace

I recently replaced our master bathroom. I changed everything there. I got a new toilet in addition to had it turned. I replaced the window with a newer model. I bought recessed lighting, new vanity lights, a new countertop in addition to replaced the entire shower with a glass surround, and my number one addition is the flooring though. Before I had an ugly laminate floor. It was coming up in places in addition to didn’t scrub up absolutely well. I also have a white, gray in addition to orange theme in our house. The laminate was a beige color that absolutely stood out, now I have a light orange penny stone that is just gorgeous. It makes the whole bathroom practically gleam. I debated in addition to I decided to add heated flooring while we were in the construction process. I figured why not? The floor is so tiny in addition to I didn’t need to put electric heated mats where the shower was or under the vanity. It took hardly any mats to create ample heating in that area. It didn’t up our cost of the master bathroom remodel that much. Now that I have heated flooring there, I absolutely love it. There is something that is so nice about having heated toes when I pee at night. I like stepping out of th shower onto boiling tile. It is great brushing our teeth in addition to not needing socks anymore. I am looking at the rest of our flooring in addition to debating on making an replace. I want to have heating all throughout the house. I want to no longer require carpets or slippers inside.

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