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Installation of ComfortTile Mats

ComfortTile heated floor mats are easily installed directly under natural stone, tile, hardwood or other surfaces to provide comfortable, even floor temperatures in your bathroom, kitchen, entryway, or other hard surfaced areas. The floor heating mats are compatible with all standard sub-flooring materials, and its low 3/16-inch (3 mm) profile, also make ComfortTile heat mats ideal for renovations.

By installing a radiant floor warming system, you can turn a small investment into real cost-savings and an increase in the value of your home. With radiant heated floors, you can lower room temperatures by a few degrees yet still enjoy the same level of comfort as a room with higher temperatures that doesn't have a floor warming system.

ComfortTile in use

ComfortTile Radiant Heat Cable in Mats

The ComfortTile floor heating mats include a heat cable that is woven into an adhesive-backed fiberglass mesh, allowing for simple roll-out installation without worrying about heating cable spacing. The floor warming mats are pre-terminated for use with 120 and 240 volts, and are available in various lengths of 24-inch widths to accommodate any layout.

The ComfortTile floor warming mats emit no measurable electromagnetic fields due to the shielded dual conductor design. This dual conductor cable requires only one cold lead connection making it easy to layout and install.

The Warmzone ComfortTile electronic thermostats are specifically designed to control electric radiant floor heating systems for maximum comfort while minimizing power consumption. Developed for the modern home, the programmable thermostat features a large back-lit display and simple user interface.

Each thermostat also includes an integrated Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI, Class A). The thermostat is an electronic on/off thermostat for controlling temperature by means of a sensor placed externally. The heat output is switched on and off with a difference of only 0.7°F (0.4°C) The thermostat can be configured for control of floor temperature and regulator without sensor. It is compatible with existing floor sensors by means of a temperature setting, making it the best thermostat for renovation purposes. Designed for ease of use and superior performance, the thermostat and GFCI are dual voltage models suitable for 120/240V, 50/60 Hz power supplies.