Uncoupling membrane has become widely used to prevent cracked tile and grout as well as providing a waterproofing layer. It is typically made of polyethylene and the leading brand is Ditra from Schluter. We sell heating cable from 7 different manufacturers and have heard from them about this revolution that is coming in floor warming for years. So this is quickly becoming the future of floor warming. This WarmTiles DMC is the first cable we have seen introduced by our manufacturers. It is a slightly larger diameter and fits in the groves of this under tile material as seen on this page:
|EasyHeat Warm Tiles Electric Floor Warming Cable for Uncoupling Membrane floor warming electric heating cables
|EasyHeat’s Warm Tiles® Electric Floor Warming Cable for Uncoupling Membrane is the easy-to-install, reliable solution for your floor warming project.
Even in warm climates, tile and stone floors can feel uncomfortably cold. Simple to measure, install, and control, Warm Tiles® Electric Floor Warming Cable for Uncoupling Membrane is an affordable luxury that can be installed directly over concrete or plywood.
The cable was specially designed to be used with all available uncoupling membranes, so installation couldn’t be simpler. Cable can be laid directly from the spool to the membrane in whatever configuration you need, and its thicker diameter guarantees a secure fit. And once the cable is installed, tile installation is easy: no self-leveling or scratch coat is required.
|This product is intended to gently warm flooring materials such as:
– Glass tile
– Porcelain tile
– Poured or dimensional stone
– Engineered hardwood
|Utilizes state-of-the-art heating cables, hardware and electrical controls for an economical and long lasting floor warming system.
• Designed for use inside residential and commercial buildings of standard North American construction.
• The heating cables can be installed at 2″ or 3″ spacing depending on the desired wattage output.
• The warming electric heating cables are CSA Certified for use in both the U.S. and Canada.