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SunTouch Floor Warming 12 ft. x 30 in. 240 V Radiant Floor Warming Mat

SunTouch Floor Warming

12 ft. x 30 in. 240 V Radiant Floor Warming Mat

Was  $325.00
$292.50 /each

Save $32.50 (10%)  through 04/30/2017

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Product Overview

The SunTouch Floor Warming 12 ft. x 30 in. Underfloor Radiant Floor Warming Mat easily installs beneath tile, stone and even vinyl or laminate flooring. Designed for the do-it-yourself homeowner and floor covering professional alike, the mat covers 30 sq. ft. and comes with a detailed installation manual and instructional DVD to you how to position and install the mat for optimum performance.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this product approved for bathroom usage?

Asked by: wolfe1940
Yes, this product can be used in a bathroom.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-01-31

How much dose it cost to operate?

I am looking at installing a hater in the Kitchen the room is 15'X21' how much a month would heating the floor cost?
Asked by: Chuck
The system uses 12 watts per square foot. The cost to operate would depend on the kw/hr cost established by your electric provider and how many square feet you install. This can be figured by [(square feet x 12)/1000] x Kw/Hr Cost = Total Cost per hour ran. Sincerely, SunTouch
Answered by: SunTouch logo
Date published: 2016-03-16

Throw carpets

I just installed this floor heating system under my new granite floor. I was just told that I might not be able to put down throw rugs in front of the tub and vanity. Is this accurate? Will it hurt the heating elements if we put down rugs in front of the toilet, vanity and tub?
Asked by: Mack
We do not recommend the Rubber back bath mats on any system as it can hold too much heat. If an Open weave mat or rug is used then the heat can escape through the loose webbing allow the system to breathe. But a rubber back mat holds the heat in and can either damage the floor or the heating element.
Answered by: SunTouch logo
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

12 ft. x 30 in. 240 V Radiant Floor Warming Mat is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from floor heat matt / installation This is a great product. I would recommend laying it in with thinset before you tile, trying to do it in one step was nearly impossible for me. I pulled up the few tile I set and just put a coat of thinset over the whole matt. The next day I went in and tiled the floor and found it much easier to keep the floor level with out worrying about damaging the heating wire.
Date published: 2015-02-03
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