Internet #205613818

Model # FH 102

0852744004215

Grid Module for Radiant Floor Heating

  • Modular interlocking grids offer hassle-free installation on slab
  • PEX tubing helps keep the water temperature low
  • Construction of recycled plastic makes it eco-friendly
$ 5 67
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Frequently Bought Together

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Product Overview

  • Modular interlocking grids offer hassle-free installation on slab
  • PEX tubing helps keep the water temperature low
  • Construction of recycled plastic makes it eco-friendly
The lightweight design is ideal for both first and second- floor installations. They are mold, mildew and moisture resistant. The grid module design allows for 8 in. on center design.
  • Easy to assemble
  • Modular interlocking grids snap together to form tubing runs of any design on slab or sub-floor
  • Water temperature can be keep lower than competitive systems due to the PEX tubing being on 8 in. centers and therefore more efficient
  • Perfect solution for dry method of radiant PEX installation over a sub floor
  • Eco-friendly grids are made from recycled plastic
  • Eliminates messy concrete topping pours or inflexible grooved panels

Product Overview

  • Modular interlocking grids offer hassle-free installation on slab
  • PEX tubing helps keep the water temperature low
  • Construction of recycled plastic makes it eco-friendly
Model #: FH 102
Internet #: 205613818

The lightweight design is ideal for both first and second- floor installations. They are mold, mildew and moisture resistant. The grid module design allows for 8 in. on center design.

  • Easy to assemble
  • Modular interlocking grids snap together to form tubing runs of any design on slab or sub-floor
  • Water temperature can be keep lower than competitive systems due to the PEX tubing being on 8 in. centers and therefore more efficient
  • Perfect solution for dry method of radiant PEX installation over a sub floor
  • Eco-friendly grids are made from recycled plastic
  • Eliminates messy concrete topping pours or inflexible grooved panels

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
16

Details

Flooring Product Type
Underfloor Heating
Product Weight (lb.)
1.6lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Three year warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
16

Details

Flooring Product Type
Underfloor Heating
Product Weight (lb.)
1.6lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Three year warranty

Questions & Answers

Can I install a laminate floor directly over the grid module.

Can I install a laminate floor directly over the grid module.
Asked by: Jerry
Jerry, No you need to place a backer board over the grid. One brand is hardi backerboard.
Answered by: Gary-Floor Heat
Date published: 2019-07-02

How are you supposed to attach the Hardy Backer board through the grid without accidentally screw...

How are you supposed to attach the Hardy Backer board through the grid without accidentally screwing into the PEX?
Asked by: Andy
Andy, Carefully. The pex tubing in the grids are 8" on center starting 4" from the wall provided that you didn't trim the grid. Use a straight edge and pencil a line that runs the length of the floor being installed. Chalk line can also be used. Use caution.
Answered by: Gary-Floor Heat
Date published: 2019-05-30

can you grout and tile over

can you grout and tile over
Asked by: JOHN
John, place cement board (Hardi backer board) over the grid and then tile and grout.
Answered by: Gary-Floor Heat
Date published: 2019-03-27

would I be able to install over a wooden subfloor and then install click hardwood over this?

Asked by: DJ
DJ, You will need to put Hardie backer board over the grid and then the click hardwood flooring. To make sure that there is no confusion please understand that the grid will also need heat plates, pex tubing and a heat source (a boiler). You should also check with the manufacturer of the click hardwood flooring to make sure that it is designed for use with radiant heat. In some cases it could void the warranty.
Answered by: Gary-Floor Heat
Date published: 2019-03-04
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