My condo was built in 1973 and sits on concrete. The floors are always cold even though it has carpeting. I want to get some heat on the floor (not radiant heating) and I need suggestions as to what I should use on the floors to warm it up. Because I am on the bottom, wood flooring/laminate is not recommended by the Association.
Pardon my confusion but, a little clarification please... you want to warm the floor but you don't want to accomplish this by warming the floor??
In case I'm missing something, look up Zmesh on the net. It installs directly under your carpet. You'll want to lay a 1/8 or 1/4 plywood over the top to protect it from the carpet removal later though so you will add...5/16" max if you use 1/4" leuon to the floor.