Ho do you know the radiant-heated flooring is working well?
You look at it with a thermal camera! My choice? Mighty Mo.
This is a master bathroom in new construction and the buyers opted for the radiant floor for the room.
While radiant flooring is not the most efficient way to heat a room, when the circulating hot water is working well the floor is very comfortable on bare feet.
This flooring had only been turned on for about 10 minutes.
The thermal camera can show that there are no breaks in the plastic tubing that circulates through the room. It can show the temperature of the hot water, and where the tubing is located.
This was one of two thermal images, and showd the tubing working well everywhere. It also showed there was no tubing under the counter, or beside and behind the toilet. Well, heat isn't really needed there anyway.
My recommendation: rather than getting down on hands and knees and feeling all over a floor for heat, a thermal camera can show the thermal signature there in a second! And it is an eye opener for buyers, and always brings a pleasant look. And the builder will like it when the flooring was installed properly and working well!