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Tiles don’t have to be cold underfoot thanks to the these incredibly efficient and easy to install underfloor heating systems from leading manufacturer Ezewarm.
Even heat distribution
Available in two wattage variants: 160w / 200w
Thermostat sold separately
Ezewarm underfloor heating systems are incredibly easy to install and are available in a range of standard room sizes and wattage. Fitting is easy - the systems are simply inserted between floor finishes and only require an electrician for the final thermostat connection and overall system check. Silent and invisible, once installed the system can be used with almost any flooring finish including ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone.
How many Watts would you recommend for a small en-suite - floorspace is 1.2m x 1.6m Thanks
Our advice: For a smaller space, a 160watt matt/cable should be absolutely fine.
Hi, I need to cover 17m2 can the mats be joined? I
Our advice: These mats can joined together
I want put this down in a conservatory.do you put the tiles down as normal(adhesive on the cables)and tiles on top. What is the difference to 160w and 200w is it the heat strength.
Our advice: Best practice would be to put the cables onto to substrate, and then apply a thin layer of levelling compound on top of the cables, and then add adhesive and grout as normal. We recommend using the levelling compound as this helps to distribute the heat evenly and also protects the cables. In regards to the wattage differences, the higher the wattage, the faster the mats will heat up.
Hi, is this mat compatible with other thermostats or can you only use it in conjunction with Ezewarm thermostats?
Our advice: The Ezemat is compatable with other thermostats. We do advise that the thermostat and mats are connected to your mains electricity by a qualified electrician.
I am using the mat underneath tiles, I have used over the recommended amount of self levelling compound however the top of the wire is till showing do I need to add even more or will the tile adhesive be sufficient?
Our advice: We would recommend to fully cover the wires when using a levelling compound as any voids can cause hot/cold spots. The levelling compound also helps to protect the wires so any exposed could be at risk if the tiles were ever replaced.
Can it be installed on a bitumen floor without thermo-boards. We haven't got much depth??
Our advice: Bitumen floor is not suitable and will have to be removed.
What thickness they are?
Our advice: The wire of this product is 2mm thick.