We carry a wide range of accessories for installing electric radiant floor heat. Some accessories are required for all installations, such as a Digital Multi Meter, which is needed for installing all electric radiant floor heating products. Other accessories are only recommended, as they will make your installation much easier and will lower the risk of damaging the heating elements while installing them, such as a plastic trowel, which eliminated the risk of cutting a wire with the sharp edge of a metal trowel.
We also sell cork insulation, which can be installed underneath mats of cables that are being installed over a slab subfloor. Installing cork insulation will provide a thermal break between the heating elements and the cold slab, which will lower the start-up time of the system. Please note, however, that this will not make the floor get hotter—it will only make the floor get warm faster.
SunTouch manufactures a number of accessories that can make installing your mat even simpler. Whether you could use some extra double-sided tape to hold the mat down or would like a Loudmouth fault alarm for peace of mind during you installation, you can find everything you need here.
SunTouch manufactures a number of accessories that can make installing your WarmWire cable easier. Whether you need some extra Cable Strap and double-sided tape or just want an extra sensor wire for peace of mind, we have what you need.
For especially cold rooms with slab subfloors, consider installing this 6mm cork to add a thermal break between the heating elements and the slab. This will help lower the startup time of the system. Installing a programmable thermostat will help even more as they learn to compensate for the startup time.
Nuheat mat accessories make installing your mat even simpler. Pick up a Mat Sense Pro Fault Alarm and an extra Sensor Wire for more peace of mind during you installation.
Nuheat cable accessories make installing your cables easier. From Extra Cable Guides to Power Lead Extension Kits, get what you need here.
Whether you are heating your driveway or your roof, automated control is vital for snow and ice melting systems. Attaching a sensor to your system or control panel will ensure that it activates just before snow and ice start to form, giving you the absolute best results. Trying to operate a system with no sensor by manually turning it on can result in the system taking hours to melt snow build up and catch up to the current rate of snow fall.