Bathroom underfloor heating


Postby gemimabell » Sat Feb 21, 2009 12:17 pm

Hi,

I am considering getting underfloor heating installed on my bathroom floor and laying new floor tiles. However, if i decide to change the bathroom floor tiles, in a couple of years time, is it possible to lift the tiles and lay new tiles over the underfloor heating without damaging the underfloor heating system? Or would i need to install new underfloor heating?

Thanks,
Gemma
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Postby eastwood flooring » Tue Mar 31, 2009 6:29 pm

[quote="gemimabell"]Hi,

I am considering getting underfloor heating installed on my bathroom floor and laying new floor tiles. However, if i decide to change the bathroom floor tiles, in a couple of years time, is it possible to lift the tiles and lay new tiles over the underfloor heating without damaging the underfloor heating system? Or would i need to install new underfloor heating?

Thanks,
Gemma[/quote]
you can always lay the new tiles on top of the old. you are worrying about a problem years before you have one!
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