• 30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
  • 30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
  • 30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
  • 30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
  • 30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
  • 30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat
30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat

30 Sqft Mat, Electric Radiant Floor Heat Heating System with Aube Digital Floor Sensing Thermostat

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  • 30 Square Foot Under Tile Heating Mat, Mat is 20? Wide x 18?? Long, 120 Volts
  • Mat has double sided tape (Adhesive Backing) to stick to floor. Lays FLAT for easy installation.
  • 120V, 3 Amp, 360W, 12 Watts/Sqft, UL Listed for USA and Canada, Cable is 1/8? thick
  • Honeywell/Aube Digital Programmable Thermostat # TH115-AF-120, Includes floor sensor
  • Made in the USA using the highest quality materials, Single Cold Lead, 25 Year Warranty

Customer Reviews

Best $$$ you can spend! Love this! So easy to install for my tile guy and I paid a certified Electrician to handle all the wiring. If you are doing a remodel there is no reason not to have this heated flooring system! I will be purchasing again when I remodel my other bathroom! My master bathroom was the coldest room in the house during the winter but not anymore! 5Go for it!...But just be prepared for a few complications!OK...so there is much to like about this thing and a few things that are puzzlements. .First, the good. It is installed and works wonderfully in our newly renovated tiny little master bath. The installation process is pretty straight forward, once you have the floor appropriately prepped. The first challenge is figuring out how to trim the fiberglass mat to allow it to fold, flip, and turn to cover the area you want heated, while leaving the lead wires at the best spot for feeding to your thermostat, but as noted by other reviewers, a little creative patterning will work it out. The next problem is when you skim-coat the same mat in preparation for the actual tiling, you have to understand that you are essentially going to be tiling an uneven floor because even if you mix the mortar extra runny, you will end up with two different heights. I addressed this with either normally buttered tile in the heated areas or I buttered the crap out of the tiles being laid on the unheated areas which were below the height of the skim-coated sections. Used a 2 x 4 with a three foot level to verify consistent floor/tile height and yeah, I did have to pull up a tile from time to time and slather on a bunch more mortar but this was not my first tiling job so I was not too concerned with the practical issues...Ended up looking great and worked fine. My biggest gripe is the thermostat. The instructions encourage you to place the t-stat outside the bathroom, which makes sense but I suspect that unless you are involved in totally new construction, rather then renovation of a single bath, the t-stat design will make you crazy because it is big enough to require a 4 x 4 Jbox but a single center decora plate. Ever try to find what is essentially a double gang plate with a single centered decora opening? Don't spend much time looking because you never will. You can find new work solutions but if, like me, you want to put the t-stat outside a renovated bathroom without getting into drywall repair, paint etc on the other side of the wall, then that's a problem. I finally found Kyle Switch Plates on the interweb, bought one that came close, then Dremeled out a large enough opening for the decora guts of the t-stat to fit. Looks kinda funky, as you can see, but all in all, I am happy with it. Warming Systems really should offer the exact solution...and btw, they might....I never bothered calling them! But even in spring, the heated floor is delightful and I will never live in a house without this feature again.5Really Solid and Well-MadeThis first part is just about receipt of the materials and overall evaluation. So far, so good. I am really impressed by the construction of the thermostat that comes with this package - it is incredibly heavy and well-designed; there is nothing cheap about it. Instructions are clear and straightforward, and the functions available on the thermostat seem to be optimal for most households out of the box. And if not, everything is customizable. I used this manufacturer many years ago when this stuff was new in another house, and it worked like a charm.The only differences now are that the mat has sticky tape to hold it in place and it is far more affordable, as you would expect for a maturing product. I also like the fact that overall consumption is about 1A, which means about 120Watts. That's pretty low for something that generates heat.I am expecting to have a really great experience installing and using this under tile - I'll be installing over a 1/2" concrete backer board in a mortar bed. I will return here and update this review after install.5Works awesome, keeps my basement floor at 80 deg no ... Works awesome, keeps my basement floor at 80 deg no problem and helps warm the floor of the basement bathroom I just got done putting in. 5It's fantastic standing on tile floors in the morning and not ... Installed under our new bathroom tile floor. It's fantastic standing on tile floors in the morning and not having cold feet.I dont think I understand how to work the thermostat, because it never goes higher than 73, although it's programmed to 75, but it does a great job of keeping our floors a nice comfortable temp. 5Worked out great in my bathroom remodel Worked out great in my bathroom remodel. The mat itself would not stay flat when installed but had it secured and worked out fine.Controls are a little hard to understand but overall pretty happy with the set up.Great price for what it is. 5Just wish I had ordered more. Didn't realize that ...Just wish I had ordered more. Didn't realize that it could be cut up a bit and moved around. I just did a strip down the middle of the floor hoping it would radiate enough to warm the tile around it - not so much... Cover your entire floor!4This worked perfect for me in my smaller bathroomThis worked perfect for me in my smaller bathroom. I ordered the 25 sqft size. I have a few observations:1. Order the exact size you need, and go short if anything. If you order 25 sq ft but needed 21 sq ft (my case), then you must run the extra wire around your floor. You cannot cut off the excess wire.2. Install wire side up, or matting side up? All of the wiring must be must be embedded in thinset mortar to conduct efficiently onto your tile, or whatever flooring you're using. I laid it mat side down, and wire side up because of this. If you lay the wire side down, then you would be smart to lay down thinset first, then the wire side down mat, then thinset over the top. IMHO, and with my electrical engineering background, this seemed like unnecessary work.I used a staple gun to secure the mat to the floor. For places where you have wire without the mat, I would not use staples. The metal is conductive and corrosive, but you also run the risk of damaging the wire. I just bent it into place without securing it, but you could use a glue gun or something along those lines.3. Hide the transition of heating wire to electrical wire within your flooring. There's a fat little transition that's a good 1/4" thick and maybe 1" long, that needs to be embedded in the floor. Do can't stick that part behind your baseboard moulding because it's attached to the hot wire on one end, which should be spaced at least 2" from your baseboards. I used a dremmel tool cut out part of my plywood flooring to make sure the tile lays flat in that area.4. Don't forget the temp sensor! I almost did. You space evenly between two parts of the heating wire.5. The thermostat provided requires a neutral wire from your house. If you're house was built before the 80's in the US, then you need a different thermostat. Or you would need to run a new set of wires all the way to your to your electrical box to get a neutral. Do not use the ground as a neutral; you run the risk of causing a fire down the line.Comments: Mine works flawlessly, and I love it. I highly recommend it.5Nice Warm Feet! I am loving my heated tile flooring! What a treat to walk into the bathroom on a cold morning and the floor is warm! My husband needed assistance with installation, and the phone help was timely, easy, and efficient. Very happy with this product. 5Great system if you install it right.Great system. Re-did the tile in our bathroom and put this underneath. The key to putting this down is to do it in two steps. First, put the mat down with a lite coat of mastic over it (just enough to cover the mat and level the remaining floor area) and let it dry overnight. Second, once the first coat is dry do a second coat of mastic with your tiles (two small coats makes it easy to level the tiles than one large coat). I've had issues in the past trying to do it with one large coat of mastic - tiles tend to sink after leveling them.5works as advertisedThe unit is easy to install but makes the tile install a bit more difficult as the floor will not be perfectly level anymore.The mat is not thick but will raise the tiles enough where it is noticeable if you don't use extra mortar where there is no heating mat. I am a avid diy'er and was able to install this with tile without too much difficulty. It's hot here no so I have to set the thermostat to 85-90 in order to feel the heat through the tiles. It only heats where the mat is and does not radiate out more than a couple inches at most with porcelain tiles so be sure to lay it exactly where you want heat.5My Thermostat Broke Down After 6 Months of Usageok, I would give the radiant floor itself a 5 stars because it works very well. I bought this same brand since 2017 for a total of at least 6 sets (different sizes) for my vacation home and my primary. One of the thermostats which I bought in July 2019 stopped the programming function. So I contacted the seller about the issue. At first, the seller wanted us to ship the defective part back first THEN they would ship the replacement. Now, we are talking about in the middle of winter. If we take the thermostat out, we would be out of heat for at least one week. I totally understand they don't just want to ship something out without any credit in their hand. I even offered them to charge me first if they don't feel comfortable about shipping the replacement first. So they finally agreed to ship the replacement first without charging me. And we got the replacement within a few days (and that's why I gave it a 2 start instead of 1 star).ok, after putting the replacement up and confirmed it worked, I immediately told the seller I would ship it out asap because I know they would be waiting for the defective product. So I went to UPS to make sure I would get a tracking # so that the seller could track the shipment.The shipping cost was $12.48. And since it was a defect, I asked whether I could get the reimbursement on the shipping cost. Their responds was, "You are responsible for the shipping cost." Seriously???!!! If you don't want to pay for the shipping cost, may be throw me something like, "oh, I am so sorry, but our policy is.... and we apologize for any inconvenience it may cause you..." NOPE, it just said it's my responsibility. Is it my responsibility that the thermostat broke down in 6 months????!!!Now, let's hope my replacement works2kids love the floor now changed damp basement area in front of flat screen to warm 82 degrees....kids love the floor now...used thick cell styrofoam first (keeps heat from going into ground) then some mortar , then rolled out mat on top of dried mortar 9' cut backing and flipped over...mortar over mat and set porcelain tile on that (same time)....run shielded mat wire and sensor wire into gem box at thermostat hight with 110 v feed inside.... mat uses about 400 watts when heating....thermostat has 4 time periods , very nice. 5Buy this if you want a great product that works flawlessly!This product is fantastic. It was the perfect addition to our bathroom remodel. I ordered enough to do a long strip in front of the vanity and in front of the toilet. It makes a world of difference. Install is not too difficult. I stapled and taped everything down (this is critical). Then I used 4 bags of self leveling cement to embed the wires and mesh into. Then tiled over that. It worked out perfectly. The controller was great too. It is easy to use and program and works flawlessly. Next time I remodel anything in my house, it is getting a heated floor from this company.5I'm very happy with my floor heat mat I'm very happy with my floor heat mat.Installation was easy - by easy, I mean not much more difficult than standard tiling, which I'm not that great at. Having the mat in place made things slightly more difficult compared to normal tiling, but it only added a few minutes onto my project.Wiring was simple.After installation, everything is working fantastically. I love having warm tiles, it feels very luxurious. The thermostat works well, and has many programming options available.Everyone has great things to say about the warm tile - it's been a great addition to our house. 5Great product and cheaper than the rest!I purchased two of these warming mats about a year ago and installed them in January of 2012. It is recommended that a curing period of 1 month be observed for the thin set to dry completely so I did not get to use them much last year as we had a warm spring. As mentioned I bought two mats and did two bathrooms. I felt like I was taking a bit of a risk with no reviews on this product and limited information but they were cheaper than I could find the mat and thermostat anywhere else. The math may have changed by now but these were a bargain and I see the price remains the same now (nov-2012) as when I purchased them. I did do a lot of research before going this route and came to the conclusion that the real value in these kits is in the controller and in this case this is an absolutely great controller/thermostat. It is easy enough to set up and offers all the programmable options I wanted. Aube is a high quality brand even if they are not as well known in the mainstream as some others. I went with the mats because they worked well for my bathrooms but depending on design I would not hesitate to use the cable. The mat was well made and relatively easy to install. This was my 5-6 tile job and it does add a little difficulty to the job but nothing an experienced DIY'er can't handle. The biggest concern is getting the tile with the mat under it to sit at the same height as the tile without mat under it. I used thin set to set mine on top of backer board and just was conscious to use more thin set (different trowel) on the tiles without mat under it and it turned out fine. The other option is to use self leveling compound but that would have added more height to the floor and I wanted perfect transitions to the surrounding floors. I am capable of doing the electrical and did so but if you are not familiar with household wiring, GFCI's etc I would recommend this part be farmed out to someone who can. Just follow the directions locate the temperature sensor correctly and be careful of the wire as you work and you should be fine.This year I have been using them more and more as we get into the winter months and boy do I love these. They start giving noticeable heat to your feet in 15-30 minutes but should be left on for about an hour to get the full effect. I do not try to use them to warm the room so can't comment on that. With the controller it makes it easy to have the floor all warmed up for a morning shower without having to do a thing.To summarize:Great product, relatively simple install, awesome controller, mat works well to aid install, and the end result is simply fantastic. My bathrooms were always a little cool and getting out of the shower onto a warm floor while I shave or whatever is just great. There are a lot of options when it comes to a floor warming system but for my money I think Warming systems Inc had the best value I could find and a great product.I will be doing 4-5 more bathrooms this winter for family/friends and will be using this product again where a warm floor is wanted.5Happy Feet ControlsThermostat has all the settings you d need to set it up and not have to adjust the temperature at night or when you leave the house which saves it hearing when not being used. I have one in my other bathroom which just has on or off and temp so this was a nice surprise.InstallSuper easy just put the mat and sensor in self leveling cement and ran the wires up in the wall to the thermostat with a power cable attached to a electrical outlet (even though it should be ran all the way from the breaker) to connect it you just put the load connections from the thermostat on the heating mat and the other 2 onto the electric.OverallCouldn t be happier, it heats the tiles quickly and evenly, you can t beat the feeling standing on them 5Happy feet!Every morning I go into my new bathroom I think: "NICE"! And it is indeed! This is also a very good value - you get the mat, the sensor, and the thermostat.I installed this mat in my basement bathroom directly on the cement slab. Before installation measure the resistance and make sure it is within the range specified on the wire tag. Also, measure the sensor resistance and also make sure it is working properly. I installed one extra sensor Honeywell AC112-01 Electric Heat Floor Sensor just in case the first one dies out (imagine installing everything and having no heat because of a busted sensor).It is fairly easy to lay it down, and to cut the netting (not the red wire!) and arrange on the floor. However, the wire tends to lift at every corner when changing the direction. If you have wood subfloor you can staple the net, but in my case I was able to make it stay flat brushing it under and then over with the primer for the self-leveling concrete (my floor was very uneven). I put about 1/2" of self-leveling over, then I placed the sensor under the tile (not with the mat) as I wanted the temperature reading to be more realistic. It takes less than 30 minutes to get from 68F to 76F.They specify that you need conduit, so I had some old 12/3 wire with metallic jacket, I pulled the wires out and used the conduit from the floor (through the stud) to the connection box. From the connection box to the thermostat I used regular 14/2 wire (this thing is drawing 3A, uses 360Watt and it requires a GFCI breaker).The thermostat is not the best - you can program 4 different time periods per day but only 2 temperature setting (?!?!). Night time, with day time share the same temperature, as do morning and evening (you can use only 2 periods if needed: day and night). What if I am home the whole day and want some heat but not as low as during the night? What if I want a different temperature in the evening vs the morning? Tough luck. Well, this is the thermostat issue, not a heat mat issue, so I don't want to deduct any stars here even though I feel compelled to...I have it at 76 in the morning and evening, and I have an infrared thermometer and it is spot on. The thermostat cycles on and off pretty quietly, and not too often.I purchased the 30ft mat, but in all honesty the 20ft one would have been enough (only 240 watt). They mention that you should not install the mat too close to the wall or under fixtures anyway. When making the decision which one to get, think where your feet are touching the floor, and where would you actually appreciate the heat. For me it's too late to change now...All in all I am very happy with it. Would I purchase it again? Definitely. But If I had just a tad more money, I would look into the Ditra Heat. Just saying...5It is awesome in the bathroom and in entryway Doing well so far, it was difficult to keep all the tile level during installation, an 1/8" is plenty to notice. It is awesome in the bathroom and in entryway. I just can't believe I didn't put it in my kitchen as well, I spend more time in there. It promotes the taking off of dirty shoes at the door! 5
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Description
  • 30 Square Foot Under Tile Heating Mat, Mat is 20? Wide x 18?? Long, 120 Volts
  • Mat has double sided tape (Adhesive Backing) to stick to floor. Lays FLAT for easy installation.
  • 120V, 3 Amp, 360W, 12 Watts/Sqft, UL Listed for USA and Canada, Cable is 1/8? thick
  • Honeywell/Aube Digital Programmable Thermostat # TH115-AF-120, Includes floor sensor
  • Made in the USA using the highest quality materials, Single Cold Lead, 25 Year Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best $$$ you can spend! Love this! So easy to install for my tile guy and I paid a certified Electrician to handle all the wiring. If you are doing a remodel there is no reason not to have this heated flooring system! I will be purchasing again when I remodel my other bathroom! My master bathroom was the coldest room in the house during the winter but not anymore! 5Go for it!...But just be prepared for a few complications!OK...so there is much to like about this thing and a few things that are puzzlements. .First, the good. It is installed and works wonderfully in our newly renovated tiny little master bath. The installation process is pretty straight forward, once you have the floor appropriately prepped. The first challenge is figuring out how to trim the fiberglass mat to allow it to fold, flip, and turn to cover the area you want heated, while leaving the lead wires at the best spot for feeding to your thermostat, but as noted by other reviewers, a little creative patterning will work it out. The next problem is when you skim-coat the same mat in preparation for the actual tiling, you have to understand that you are essentially going to be tiling an uneven floor because even if you mix the mortar extra runny, you will end up with two different heights. I addressed this with either normally buttered tile in the heated areas or I buttered the crap out of the tiles being laid on the unheated areas which were below the height of the skim-coated sections. Used a 2 x 4 with a three foot level to verify consistent floor/tile height and yeah, I did have to pull up a tile from time to time and slather on a bunch more mortar but this was not my first tiling job so I was not too concerned with the practical issues...Ended up looking great and worked fine. My biggest gripe is the thermostat. The instructions encourage you to place the t-stat outside the bathroom, which makes sense but I suspect that unless you are involved in totally new construction, rather then renovation of a single bath, the t-stat design will make you crazy because it is big enough to require a 4 x 4 Jbox but a single center decora plate. Ever try to find what is essentially a double gang plate with a single centered decora opening? Don't spend much time looking because you never will. You can find new work solutions but if, like me, you want to put the t-stat outside a renovated bathroom without getting into drywall repair, paint etc on the other side of the wall, then that's a problem. I finally found Kyle Switch Plates on the interweb, bought one that came close, then Dremeled out a large enough opening for the decora guts of the t-stat to fit. Looks kinda funky, as you can see, but all in all, I am happy with it. Warming Systems really should offer the exact solution...and btw, they might....I never bothered calling them! But even in spring, the heated floor is delightful and I will never live in a house without this feature again.5Really Solid and Well-MadeThis first part is just about receipt of the materials and overall evaluation. So far, so good. I am really impressed by the construction of the thermostat that comes with this package - it is incredibly heavy and well-designed; there is nothing cheap about it. Instructions are clear and straightforward, and the functions available on the thermostat seem to be optimal for most households out of the box. And if not, everything is customizable. I used this manufacturer many years ago when this stuff was new in another house, and it worked like a charm.The only differences now are that the mat has sticky tape to hold it in place and it is far more affordable, as you would expect for a maturing product. I also like the fact that overall consumption is about 1A, which means about 120Watts. That's pretty low for something that generates heat.I am expecting to have a really great experience installing and using this under tile - I'll be installing over a 1/2" concrete backer board in a mortar bed. I will return here and update this review after install.5Works awesome, keeps my basement floor at 80 deg no ... Works awesome, keeps my basement floor at 80 deg no problem and helps warm the floor of the basement bathroom I just got done putting in. 5It's fantastic standing on tile floors in the morning and not ... Installed under our new bathroom tile floor. It's fantastic standing on tile floors in the morning and not having cold feet.I dont think I understand how to work the thermostat, because it never goes higher than 73, although it's programmed to 75, but it does a great job of keeping our floors a nice comfortable temp. 5Worked out great in my bathroom remodel Worked out great in my bathroom remodel. The mat itself would not stay flat when installed but had it secured and worked out fine.Controls are a little hard to understand but overall pretty happy with the set up.Great price for what it is. 5Just wish I had ordered more. Didn't realize that ...Just wish I had ordered more. Didn't realize that it could be cut up a bit and moved around. I just did a strip down the middle of the floor hoping it would radiate enough to warm the tile around it - not so much... Cover your entire floor!4This worked perfect for me in my smaller bathroomThis worked perfect for me in my smaller bathroom. I ordered the 25 sqft size. I have a few observations:1. Order the exact size you need, and go short if anything. If you order 25 sq ft but needed 21 sq ft (my case), then you must run the extra wire around your floor. You cannot cut off the excess wire.2. Install wire side up, or matting side up? All of the wiring must be must be embedded in thinset mortar to conduct efficiently onto your tile, or whatever flooring you're using. I laid it mat side down, and wire side up because of this. If you lay the wire side down, then you would be smart to lay down thinset first, then the wire side down mat, then thinset over the top. IMHO, and with my electrical engineering background, this seemed like unnecessary work.I used a staple gun to secure the mat to the floor. For places where you have wire without the mat, I would not use staples. The metal is conductive and corrosive, but you also run the risk of damaging the wire. I just bent it into place without securing it, but you could use a glue gun or something along those lines.3. Hide the transition of heating wire to electrical wire within your flooring. There's a fat little transition that's a good 1/4" thick and maybe 1" long, that needs to be embedded in the floor. Do can't stick that part behind your baseboard moulding because it's attached to the hot wire on one end, which should be spaced at least 2" from your baseboards. I used a dremmel tool cut out part of my plywood flooring to make sure the tile lays flat in that area.4. Don't forget the temp sensor! I almost did. You space evenly between two parts of the heating wire.5. The thermostat provided requires a neutral wire from your house. If you're house was built before the 80's in the US, then you need a different thermostat. Or you would need to run a new set of wires all the way to your to your electrical box to get a neutral. Do not use the ground as a neutral; you run the risk of causing a fire down the line.Comments: Mine works flawlessly, and I love it. I highly recommend it.5Nice Warm Feet! I am loving my heated tile flooring! What a treat to walk into the bathroom on a cold morning and the floor is warm! My husband needed assistance with installation, and the phone help was timely, easy, and efficient. Very happy with this product. 5Great system if you install it right.Great system. Re-did the tile in our bathroom and put this underneath. The key to putting this down is to do it in two steps. First, put the mat down with a lite coat of mastic over it (just enough to cover the mat and level the remaining floor area) and let it dry overnight. Second, once the first coat is dry do a second coat of mastic with your tiles (two small coats makes it easy to level the tiles than one large coat). I've had issues in the past trying to do it with one large coat of mastic - tiles tend to sink after leveling them.5works as advertisedThe unit is easy to install but makes the tile install a bit more difficult as the floor will not be perfectly level anymore.The mat is not thick but will raise the tiles enough where it is noticeable if you don't use extra mortar where there is no heating mat. I am a avid diy'er and was able to install this with tile without too much difficulty. It's hot here no so I have to set the thermostat to 85-90 in order to feel the heat through the tiles. It only heats where the mat is and does not radiate out more than a couple inches at most with porcelain tiles so be sure to lay it exactly where you want heat.5My Thermostat Broke Down After 6 Months of Usageok, I would give the radiant floor itself a 5 stars because it works very well. I bought this same brand since 2017 for a total of at least 6 sets (different sizes) for my vacation home and my primary. One of the thermostats which I bought in July 2019 stopped the programming function. So I contacted the seller about the issue. At first, the seller wanted us to ship the defective part back first THEN they would ship the replacement. Now, we are talking about in the middle of winter. If we take the thermostat out, we would be out of heat for at least one week. I totally understand they don't just want to ship something out without any credit in their hand. I even offered them to charge me first if they don't feel comfortable about shipping the replacement first. So they finally agreed to ship the replacement first without charging me. And we got the replacement within a few days (and that's why I gave it a 2 start instead of 1 star).ok, after putting the replacement up and confirmed it worked, I immediately told the seller I would ship it out asap because I know they would be waiting for the defective product. So I went to UPS to make sure I would get a tracking # so that the seller could track the shipment.The shipping cost was $12.48. And since it was a defect, I asked whether I could get the reimbursement on the shipping cost. Their responds was, "You are responsible for the shipping cost." Seriously???!!! If you don't want to pay for the shipping cost, may be throw me something like, "oh, I am so sorry, but our policy is.... and we apologize for any inconvenience it may cause you..." NOPE, it just said it's my responsibility. Is it my responsibility that the thermostat broke down in 6 months????!!!Now, let's hope my replacement works2kids love the floor now changed damp basement area in front of flat screen to warm 82 degrees....kids love the floor now...used thick cell styrofoam first (keeps heat from going into ground) then some mortar , then rolled out mat on top of dried mortar 9' cut backing and flipped over...mortar over mat and set porcelain tile on that (same time)....run shielded mat wire and sensor wire into gem box at thermostat hight with 110 v feed inside.... mat uses about 400 watts when heating....thermostat has 4 time periods , very nice. 5Buy this if you want a great product that works flawlessly!This product is fantastic. It was the perfect addition to our bathroom remodel. I ordered enough to do a long strip in front of the vanity and in front of the toilet. It makes a world of difference. Install is not too difficult. I stapled and taped everything down (this is critical). Then I used 4 bags of self leveling cement to embed the wires and mesh into. Then tiled over that. It worked out perfectly. The controller was great too. It is easy to use and program and works flawlessly. Next time I remodel anything in my house, it is getting a heated floor from this company.5I'm very happy with my floor heat mat I'm very happy with my floor heat mat.Installation was easy - by easy, I mean not much more difficult than standard tiling, which I'm not that great at. Having the mat in place made things slightly more difficult compared to normal tiling, but it only added a few minutes onto my project.Wiring was simple.After installation, everything is working fantastically. I love having warm tiles, it feels very luxurious. The thermostat works well, and has many programming options available.Everyone has great things to say about the warm tile - it's been a great addition to our house. 5Great product and cheaper than the rest!I purchased two of these warming mats about a year ago and installed them in January of 2012. It is recommended that a curing period of 1 month be observed for the thin set to dry completely so I did not get to use them much last year as we had a warm spring. As mentioned I bought two mats and did two bathrooms. I felt like I was taking a bit of a risk with no reviews on this product and limited information but they were cheaper than I could find the mat and thermostat anywhere else. The math may have changed by now but these were a bargain and I see the price remains the same now (nov-2012) as when I purchased them. I did do a lot of research before going this route and came to the conclusion that the real value in these kits is in the controller and in this case this is an absolutely great controller/thermostat. It is easy enough to set up and offers all the programmable options I wanted. Aube is a high quality brand even if they are not as well known in the mainstream as some others. I went with the mats because they worked well for my bathrooms but depending on design I would not hesitate to use the cable. The mat was well made and relatively easy to install. This was my 5-6 tile job and it does add a little difficulty to the job but nothing an experienced DIY'er can't handle. The biggest concern is getting the tile with the mat under it to sit at the same height as the tile without mat under it. I used thin set to set mine on top of backer board and just was conscious to use more thin set (different trowel) on the tiles without mat under it and it turned out fine. The other option is to use self leveling compound but that would have added more height to the floor and I wanted perfect transitions to the surrounding floors. I am capable of doing the electrical and did so but if you are not familiar with household wiring, GFCI's etc I would recommend this part be farmed out to someone who can. Just follow the directions locate the temperature sensor correctly and be careful of the wire as you work and you should be fine.This year I have been using them more and more as we get into the winter months and boy do I love these. They start giving noticeable heat to your feet in 15-30 minutes but should be left on for about an hour to get the full effect. I do not try to use them to warm the room so can't comment on that. With the controller it makes it easy to have the floor all warmed up for a morning shower without having to do a thing.To summarize:Great product, relatively simple install, awesome controller, mat works well to aid install, and the end result is simply fantastic. My bathrooms were always a little cool and getting out of the shower onto a warm floor while I shave or whatever is just great. There are a lot of options when it comes to a floor warming system but for my money I think Warming systems Inc had the best value I could find and a great product.I will be doing 4-5 more bathrooms this winter for family/friends and will be using this product again where a warm floor is wanted.5Happy Feet ControlsThermostat has all the settings you d need to set it up and not have to adjust the temperature at night or when you leave the house which saves it hearing when not being used. I have one in my other bathroom which just has on or off and temp so this was a nice surprise.InstallSuper easy just put the mat and sensor in self leveling cement and ran the wires up in the wall to the thermostat with a power cable attached to a electrical outlet (even though it should be ran all the way from the breaker) to connect it you just put the load connections from the thermostat on the heating mat and the other 2 onto the electric.OverallCouldn t be happier, it heats the tiles quickly and evenly, you can t beat the feeling standing on them 5Happy feet!Every morning I go into my new bathroom I think: "NICE"! And it is indeed! This is also a very good value - you get the mat, the sensor, and the thermostat.I installed this mat in my basement bathroom directly on the cement slab. Before installation measure the resistance and make sure it is within the range specified on the wire tag. Also, measure the sensor resistance and also make sure it is working properly. I installed one extra sensor Honeywell AC112-01 Electric Heat Floor Sensor just in case the first one dies out (imagine installing everything and having no heat because of a busted sensor).It is fairly easy to lay it down, and to cut the netting (not the red wire!) and arrange on the floor. However, the wire tends to lift at every corner when changing the direction. If you have wood subfloor you can staple the net, but in my case I was able to make it stay flat brushing it under and then over with the primer for the self-leveling concrete (my floor was very uneven). I put about 1/2" of self-leveling over, then I placed the sensor under the tile (not with the mat) as I wanted the temperature reading to be more realistic. It takes less than 30 minutes to get from 68F to 76F.They specify that you need conduit, so I had some old 12/3 wire with metallic jacket, I pulled the wires out and used the conduit from the floor (through the stud) to the connection box. From the connection box to the thermostat I used regular 14/2 wire (this thing is drawing 3A, uses 360Watt and it requires a GFCI breaker).The thermostat is not the best - you can program 4 different time periods per day but only 2 temperature setting (?!?!). Night time, with day time share the same temperature, as do morning and evening (you can use only 2 periods if needed: day and night). What if I am home the whole day and want some heat but not as low as during the night? What if I want a different temperature in the evening vs the morning? Tough luck. Well, this is the thermostat issue, not a heat mat issue, so I don't want to deduct any stars here even though I feel compelled to...I have it at 76 in the morning and evening, and I have an infrared thermometer and it is spot on. The thermostat cycles on and off pretty quietly, and not too often.I purchased the 30ft mat, but in all honesty the 20ft one would have been enough (only 240 watt). They mention that you should not install the mat too close to the wall or under fixtures anyway. When making the decision which one to get, think where your feet are touching the floor, and where would you actually appreciate the heat. For me it's too late to change now...All in all I am very happy with it. Would I purchase it again? Definitely. But If I had just a tad more money, I would look into the Ditra Heat. Just saying...5It is awesome in the bathroom and in entryway Doing well so far, it was difficult to keep all the tile level during installation, an 1/8" is plenty to notice. It is awesome in the bathroom and in entryway. I just can't believe I didn't put it in my kitchen as well, I spend more time in there. It promotes the taking off of dirty shoes at the door! 5
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