|Product Length (ft.)||10 ft||Product Thickness (in.)||.03 in|
|Product Width (in.)||36 in|
|Material||Flexible Carbon Film||Product Weight (lb.)||7.4 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Total Square Footage Covered||30|
|Voltage (V)||120 V||Wattage (W)||12 W|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Recognized||Manufacturer Warranty||10 years|
A: Thank you for reaching out. You don't cut or move the mat around the toilet. You install separate mats along the side and in front of the toilet if you have room. If there is not room beside the toilet, you would simply install the mat in front of the toilet.
A: Thank you for reaching out. Yes, the mats can be wired in parallel and the 120V system can handle up to 150 square feet per dedicated circuit.
A: Yes, the mat can be cut to length only. Please refer to the installation instructions on Page 9-10 of the guide to properly seal the mat after cutting.
A: Hi Gary, this is a peel and stick design and will go directly to the properly prepared subfloor. Once it is installed over the subfloor and wires routed then you can place the tile flooring over the top with the appropriate thinset.
A: Yes, It should just stick to the floor. I grooved a notch for the wires.
A: Directly on the subfloor, using the self stick, then mortar on top. I had the same question, and called the factory Directly. Good luck