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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.
CAN I PUT DIRECTLI UNDER FLOOR TILE OR NEED TO LAY SOME THING ON
Our advice: The matting should be affixed to the substrate with a thin skimming of tile adhesive. You can then either encase the matting allow it to set and then install the tiles on top of the encasing or you can go straight on top of the matting with tile adhesive and lay the tiles directly.
Ana H 19/08/22
How do i join two matts
Our advice: We couldn't advise as a certified electrician would need to be employed to join any matting together.
Where can I fine the lengths of the mats unrolls go determine how much I need.
Our advice: On our website, when you go to the underfloor heating matt there will be a drop-down box which says "select underfloor heating". Within that drop-down box there are options of how many m2 you would like.
Hi, can I use this tile in the wall
Our advice: This product is specifically made for use in a floor, and cannot be used in a wall.
Khadija lahlimi 14/11/21
Can I use this tile in the wall
Our advice: This product is specifically designed for use in a floor, and cannot be used in a wall.
David C. 13/05/21
I have a room that requires 17 M2. Do you have matting to cover this area size or is there another solution ?
Our advice: As you can only join two matts to a thermostat we would advise pairing a 6m2 and a 10 m2 matt to cover the required area. The reason I have advised a 16m2 area in matting is due to a limit in the size you can have linked to one thermostat. This shouldn't be a problem as the outer area of the room will be heated by the matts in the centre.
If we wanted to use electric underfloor heating as a primary heating source for the entire down stairs portion of the house, I.e living room,kitchen diner. Will 150w or 200w underfloor heating be recommended
Our advice: The difference in using the 160 watts and 200 watts is the speed in which it achieves optimum temperature and the area covered per thermostat will be lower on the 200 watt.