Electric floor heaters radiate heat floor below floor so bathroom floor stays warm in winter. You can do most of work yourself for installing this type of heater, but also need help of an electrician to install a new electrical circuit. It’s a great solution if you’re tired of waking yourself by stepping on a cold bathroom floor in morning, you may want to install a power plant warm.
How to install electric floor heaters? Draw a plan of your electric heater floor. You will need to run a cable heating some of tiles; determine where cable will go and draw it on your plan. cable must be at least six inches of wax rings your toilet and you should not pass under or against your bathtub or cabinets. Plant to heating cable provider so provider can provide proper length of cable
To install electric floor heaters, you should remove all tiles from floor. First, remove toilet and close water supply to bathroom. Wear safety goggles and thick gloves and break two or three chips in middle of track with a chisel. Examine ground. If mortar is made, will continue chiseling until tar paper underneath and then pull up mortar and floor tiles with a flat bar. If subfloor is made of plywood, delete a row and column intersection of tiles, then use a reciprocating saw to cut wood before using flat bar.
Hire an electrician to do a new circuit for warmer power plant. Set heating cable according to his plan and connect new circuit. Install new tiles over heating cable. Ask your heating provider for advice on type of tile to use. Use mortar to bond tiles to cable and ground.