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Bostik  2' x 30' HeatStep 120V Mat Kit

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2' x 30' HeatStep 120V Mat Kit

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2 ft x 30 ft HeatStep 120V Mat Kit

HeatStep Wire is an electric floor warming wire system that may be used under engineered hardwood, ceramic tile, or stone floorcovering materials.  HeatStep Wire must be embedded in a 1/4" to 1/2" thick cementitious layer.  Bostik SL-150, WebCrete 95, WebCrete 98, or UltraFinish, or any Bostikthin set may be used for tile applications.

HeatStep is a safe, comfortable, and cost-efficient electric radiant heat system that can be used on concrete slab or plywood substrates.  Almost every type of floor covering can be warmed with Heatstep, including engineered hardwood, ceramic and porcelain tile, stone, laminates, vinyl, or carpet.

Warm, luxurious floors are popular in bathrooms, shower floors, kitchens, entries, or any room with cold floors

Designed for safety, all HeatStep cables are built with dual wires to shield against EMF (Electromagnetic Fields).  HeatStep products are fully grounded and operate with ground fault circuit protection when using a HeatStep thermostat control. 

Benefits:
- Maintenance Free
- Warm hardwood, ceramic, stone, laminates, and other floor coverings
- Comfortable, even heat without the drying effects of forced air

Installation Details:  Installation Guide.pdf

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  • Q:

    Can this be used under stranded bamboo flooring?
    Asked on 3/19/2014 by Anna from United States

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      Our bamboo manufacturers warn against the use of bamboo over radiant heat.

      Answered on 3/20/2014 by Tech & Install
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