Radiant Heat FAQ's

ZMesh

No, because it is "paper thin" no floor buildup or construction alteration is required. This is not the case with other types of radiant heat systems.

on Tuesday April 04 by Kyle

ZMesh is a 9" or 12" wide bronze wire mesh that resembles screen door material. It is used to add warmth to cold floors, total space heat and melt ice and snow off roofs.

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Each system uses an attractive programmable thermostat. The thermostat can be programmed to measure floor temperature, air temperature, or it can be set to be on at desired times.

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With a wood sub floor, the ZMesh can be directly nailed or stapled through. With a concrete sub floor, the ZMesh can be glued down. Whoever is installing the flooring on the ZMesh can do so as if the ZMesh were not even there. Plastic lathe (not metal lathe) should be used when using tile on top of the ZMesh.

on Tuesday April 04 by Kyle

Virtually any floor surface can be installed directly over the ZMesh, including tile, slate, marble, hardwood and carpet.

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The ZMesh, and the heat produced by it, have no effect on hardwood, or any other type of flooring.

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Yes, if you have access to underneath the existing floor, we can install our system in the floor joists.

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ZMesh comes with an industry leading 25 year manufacturer's warranty.

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ZMesh was first used over 20 years ago. Since then thousands of ZMesh systems have been sold worldwide and are still working perfectly.

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It is not recommended that you use ZMesh underneath a metal roof. We recommended that Tuff Cable be used instead.

on Tuesday April 04 by Kyle

No, ZMesh cannot be installed in thinset or cement. It can however, be installed directly beneath most floor coverings. 

on Tuesday April 04 by Kyle

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