Radiant Floor Heating

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  1. RPM - Radiant Positioning Mats for Electric In-floor Heating - 20" x 44"
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    As low as $15.95
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  2. MasterHeat In-Floor Heating Mats 240v 36''
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    As low as $295.00
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  3. MasterHeat Uncoated In Floor Heating Wire - 240v
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    As low as $131.34
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  4. MasterHeat Extra Sensor Wire for 120/240V Thermostat
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    $13.55
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We carry a full line of our own MasterHeat radiant floor heating, along with Nuheat, Suntouch and Ditra Heat from Schluter. Electric radiant floor heating is a cost effective way to heat a home, with an average operating cost of about a dime a day. Electric in floor heating can be installed in wire or mat form. Wire is strung by hand on either special mats, or using specialized hardware attached to the floor. In mat form, the wire is prestrung, and the mat is simply laid on the floor and secured with double sided tape. In both cases, the heating wires are then covered in cement mortar.