How You Can Keep Warm on Laminate Flooring in Colder Months
The easiest, quickest and cheapest way to warm up your feet on a cold winter morning is to slip on socks or slippers. If your cold laminate flooring is only a very minor annoyance, this may be the best option for you.
2. Place Area Rugs
If you aren't a fan of socks or if they just don't provide enough warmth, area rugs may be just what you need. Place a few rugs on the spots of your laminate flooring that you walk on the most, and your feet will feel warmer in no time.
3. Use Small Space Heaters
If your feet are so cold you swear they might turn into popsicles, small space heaters placed on your laminate flooring can really do the trick. Place one in the room in which you spend the majority of your time. If it is low to the ground, it will work to heat up the floor as well.
4. Install Underfloor Heating
Lastly, if you have children or pets that make space heaters a less-than-practical option or if you don't want to wait for the laminate flooring to heat up in the morning while you are getting ready for work, installing underfloor heating is the best choice of all.
With underfloor heating, your laminate flooring will always be nice and warm. There are no heaters or rugs to trip over, and you don't have to worry about matching it to your décor. This is the coziest option for adjustable, practical warmth.
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