|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||13.6 x 9.4 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||1000W|
ALEKO Electric Tile Radiant Warm Floor Heat Heated Kit 1000W 80SQFT
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- Voltage: 120V, Power: 1000 W, Heating area coverage (any shape): 80 sq. ft.
- Highest quality product on the market. No interference with electronic devices in the house.
- Zero Electro Magnetic Field (EMF)(!)
- Programmable Floor Sensing Thermostat included!
- FREE Ground Fault Circuit Breaker included as a gift!
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ELECTRIC FLOOR WARMING SYSTEM used to heat tile flooring. The system is designed to heat the designated square footage when installed in mortar under tile or masonry flooring. The heating element is spaced 6-7" apart across the heated area. This allows for simple coverage of any shaped area. The heating element is less than 1/8" thick, so the rise in flooring height is negligible. This system is BRAND NEW and manufactured by GudCraft brand. We offer a 1-year warranty on its product. Product Life is 50 years.
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1. The spool of heat wire is supposed to be attached to the subfloor with the supplied foil tape. This is a joke, the tape simply doesnt have enough stick and is way too fragile. If you do buy this kit, buy a roll of gorilla brand tape duct tape and use 2" strips to tape down the wire.
2. The included ground fault circuit interrupter is made for the foreign market. It is not compatible with the national electrical code as there is no compatible electrical box for it to be mounted in, other than some large steel connection box. Would look great mounted in your kitchen. Throw this away and put a GFCI breaker in your existing panel box.
3. The thermostat has an odd shape. The back of it must be inside an approved electrical box because this is where the power supply attaches. There is no standard box cover made to work with this. You would have to cut out a custom opening in a standard cover. They dont go over any of this in the instructions.
4. Performance. I installed the wire exactly as recommended, while it does warm the floor, we have it on its highest setting and it still is not quite warm enough.
Now the good:
It gets warm.
The thermostat works.
Spend some more money on a quality system.