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Old 11-19-2019, 11:14 AM   #1
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Low voltage radiant floor heat.

We will be having new LVT installed and are contemplating having a low voltage heating mat installed underneath. Has anyone done the same. Not looking to heat the coach but rather supplement the heat with the added bonus of a warm floor to walk on. Any pros and cons and product recommendations would be appreciated.

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Old 11-19-2019, 11:17 PM   #2
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I don't know if heated floor pads will work under vinyl. If it does, I would spend the time and effort to place it wherever you can. You'll thank me later.

We ordered a new Dutch Star last year and our dealer pressed us hard to get the optional heated flooring. We live in California and I told him we didn't need it. Wow was I wrong. Our heated floors can keep our coach comfortably warm down into the low 30's, high 20's.

The best, part, no drying heat, no noise and the heat rises up from the floor and the room is evenly heated. When we use to run our heat pumps in a previous coach and stood up from a chair, you got blasted with the heat up high.
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