Beware Of Work Done On And Near Radiant Heated Floors
Recently install electric radiant floor heating? Hear people working in the room with the brand new floor? You might want to check and look at what they are doing. Sometimes, WarmlyYours receives calls from customers who have recently installed a brand new floor heating system. The radiant floor was tested and seemed to work properly for a while, but now it doesn’t
Useful Tips for Installing Flooring
When it comes to installing flooring in your home, there are many factors to take into consideration. The price, durability, and type of flooring are just a few, but it’s not a bad idea to review the actual process of installation to insure a successful outcome. To make your flooring experience easier, we have compiled some useful tips so you can achieve the best and most satisfactory results.
Tech Tip: Don’t Clean Grout Lines With A Knife Blade
Last year, a customer called WarmlyYours asking why two of their newly installed floors did not heat with our Radiant Floor Heating System. Usually, this is a simple issue caused by the thermostats not being wired correctly when they were installed. With the help of some troubleshooting over the phone, our Techs were able to determine that the wiring was done correctly. However, it’s clear that something is awry when two rooms that share a doorway are both not functioning, so more detective work was needed to discover the cause.
Tech Tips: 3 Simple Tips for an Easy Radiant Install
Installing Electric Floor Heat (EFH) is an easy DIY job, requiring only common household tools. Actually, Electric Floor Heat can be installed in most bathrooms in less than 2 hours.
Self-Regulating vs. Constant Wattage Heating Cables
Let's start by asking the important questions about self-regulating and constant wattage cable - what is the difference between the two types of cable and is one more effective than the other?