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SunTouch Floor Warming 10 ft. x 30 in. 120V Radiant Floor-Warming Mat
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SunTouch Floor Warming

10 ft. x 30 in. 120V Radiant Floor-Warming Mat

  • Energy efficient
  • Easy to install
  • For use beneath laminate, vinyl, tile, or stone
$198.00 /each

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The SunTouch Floor Warming 10 ft. x 30 in. Radiant Floor-Warming Mat offers an ultra-thin, low-profile system that installs beneath tile, stone and even vinyl or laminate flooring. It's ideal for remodeling bathrooms and kitchens and offers an upscale option when designing new construction. Dual wire technology reduces electromagnetic fields (EMF) to ultra-low levels and it is UL listed for safety. It is an energy-efficient touch of luxury for your home and comes with detailed installation instructions.

  • Install below ceramic or porcelain tile, stone or brick floors or in a self-leveling mortar bed below vinyl floors, floating wood- and laminate floors
  • For indoor floor-warming use only
  • Open-weave construction for easy application of thin-set and mortar without compromising the bond of your floor covering to the sub-floor
  • Dual wire technology keeps EMFs to ultra-low levels
  • UL listed for safety
  • Energy efficient, inexpensive to operate
  • Armored power lead wire straight to the electrical box, no conduit required
  • Single-point power connection to facilitate layout and wiring
  • Mats can be connected in parallel for larger floor surfaces
  • Can be combined with a thermostat control (not included)
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does this raise the height of your floor and by how much thanks

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April 25, 2016
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To make sure the sensor tip does not create a high spot in the floor, it may be necessary to chisel a channel into the floor and lay the sensor tip into the channel. Then Hot glue the tip into place.
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April 25, 2016
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In theory yes it would raise the height of the floor. How much depends on how you install the tile over the heat mat. I've poured SLC over the heat mat before to ensure no wires get scraped during tile installation. That would likely raise your finished floor by 1/4-1/2" depending on how thick you pour the SLC. I saw a tile setter in my kitchen install the tile right over the heat mat (covering the wires Read More
In theory yes it would raise the height of the floor. How much depends on how you install the tile over the heat mat. I've poured SLC over the heat mat before to ensure no wires get scraped during tile installation. That would likely raise your finished floor by 1/4-1/2" depending on how thick you pour the SLC. I saw a tile setter in my kitchen install the tile right over the heat mat (covering the wires with the thinset as he went along.) This likely wouldn't raise the floor quite as much, but you'd raise it at least as high as the wires are thick. Read Less
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April 22, 2016
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The typical increase in thickness is ¼ to ½” .
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On the mat do the wires face up or down

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August 10, 2016
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It doesn't matter. If you put wires down you add a little bit on protection (the plastic mess) for the wires.
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February 22, 2016
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The wires can be placed to face up or down on the mat. Facing them down helps protect them from the trowel when thin-setting over the system.
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February 20, 2016
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They will face up.
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can i hot glue the mat down to , bare concrete?

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August 10, 2016
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Yes. Hot glue is recommended by the manufacture. You want to glue the mat though and not the wires. You only need to keep the mat from popping up during tile installation. Once the tile is installed the thinset and tile will prevent any possible movement. It's essentially cemented to the sub floor once installed.
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February 7, 2016
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The warming mat can be hot glued to bare concrete.
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January 27, 2016
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Yes, you can.
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Basement floor

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Can this be used on a cement floor ? We are thinking about tile over it..
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It's best to install over an insulated floor so you're heating the floor above (and not concrete below.) While installing over a cement basement floor will work it likely wouldn't be as efficient.
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January 28, 2016
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Yes, this product is compatible.
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January 27, 2016
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Yes.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product , easy to install and wire up. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Liked it Easy to install. Works well- gets very warm. only in for a month or so, will see how it holds up. If it fires up in the fall, no reason not to be 5 stars. April 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Warming up to this mat I installed this mat under the tile floor of a new bathroom I'm building. It is a well-made product and the instructions are very clearly written for even the beginner DIY'er. Follow the directions and be careful during the installation and you'll enjoy warm feet for years. April 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Warms the cockles of your heart and also your feet, The floor warming mat is just what the doctor ordered under porcelain tiles in the upstairs bath. January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great No more cold feet on the bathroom tile floor. So easy to install. December 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Mistake Ever ITS FINE TIL IT STOPS WORKING. SUNTOUCH HAS TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. THEY TOLD US TO GET A NEW THERMOSTAT $140.00 at Home Depot. 139.00 to Install. Still not working. Call Electrician. $218.00. One side works but not the other. Call Suntouch again can rent equipment for $35.00. Will supply patch kit for fixing problem. This is tumbled marble floor were talking about. It would be so obvious to just patch it. It is under warranty, but we r still supposed to do all the leg work ourselves. Then, if nothing works we r to get in touch with SUNTOUCH and they are not sure what they will do. IT WENT OUT AFTER TWO YEARS. DO NOT DO IT. DO NOT USE SUNTOUCH!!!!!!!! A professional installed it. January 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by How did I ever live without this? We installed a new bathroom over the slab. I wanted under th e floor heating, and my son the contractor told me it was wildly expensive, etc. etc. I went to home depot.com and read reviews; I reviewed the product manufacturer videos (which really help explain all installation issues), and ordered the mat for the floor. The mat was less than $150, the thermostat another similar amount, and other than that, installation of the tile floor was as per usual. Minimal extra time. And is it worth it? The floor is now a cozy 75 degrees on the coldest day (my choice of setting). Just lovely. March 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Highly recommended! Received the product quickly. Installation was very easy, although purchase of the Loudmouth alarm was necessary. Product is durable and the tilers had no problem working with the product. Electrician had worked with product previously and highly recommends it. Once installed, it heats up quickly, programmable thermostat was easy to se up as well. Absolutely love walking onto warm kitchen floors. Planning on replacing tiles in the bathrooms and using mats to warm those floors as well. One note. Wires can be removed from mesh to wrap around corners and odd angles. One does not need to purchase several mats to accomplish this task, just some creative thinking. December 4, 2012
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