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Installation Cost Table

 

 QuietWarmth Film QuietWarmth Tile QuietWarmth Retrofit Competing Wire Mesh Mat
Application Floating Floors Tile Floors Existing Floors Floating and Tile Floors
Max Uncontrolled Temperature 85° F 80° F 80° F 120° F
Room Layout Planning Easy Easy-Moderate Easy Moderate
Customizable Cut to length Cut to length Cut to length Cannot be cut
Radiant Heat System Cost - As low as $6.66/sq ft $9.56/sq ft $11.99/sq ft $7.50/sq ft
Specialty Tools None: $0 None: $0 None: $0 Circuit protection alarm: $30
Extra Installation Materials None: $0 None: $0 None: $0 Self Leveler : $1.20/sq ft* Clean up cloths & Wall Protection Mask

* based on 25/sq ft spread rate

Floor Sensing Thermostat $120 $120 $120 $120
Radiant Heat Installation time 1 hour 1.5 hour 2 hour 5-7 hours *

* including recommended 2 - 3 hours for self leveler curing time.

Approximate Radiant Heat Installation labor* $65/hour $65/hour $65/hour $65/hour
Licensed Electrician - Final Connections* 2-5 hours 2-5 hours 2-5 hours 2-5 hours
Licensed Electrician Average Rate* $80/hour $80/hour $80/hour $80/hour
Approx total cost to add radiant heat to 100 sq ft space $8.94/sq ft $10.94/sq ft $13.50/sq ft $15.10/sq ft
System Operation Can turn system on immediately 28 days to allow thinset and grout to cure. 28 days to allow thinset and grout to cure. 28 days to allow thinset and grout to cure.

* Based on 100 sq ft installation

* All labor rates are approximate, based on national averages provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


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