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No but, I'll bet Debbie Gartner can give you some great tips & informaton on the topic!
Kasey & John Boles
I have not.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Dörte Engel - I am sure this is not radiant heat.
Never seen it in here in my area.
No I haven't and am not familiar with this. I have had buyers who did some remodeling and added radiant heat in their bath rooms. Curious to know more
Dorte - I don't know much about heated flooring, but would love to learn more.
Have not installed it, and have experienced it in colder climates. A
we had it in a condo we rented on vacation, but it was under tile and it was so nice...warm feet in the bathroom!
I hadn't heard of it but it looks like a great product.
In Austin..no way! LOL!!
No I haven't and am not familiar with this. I have had buyers who want to do some remodeling and added radiant heat in their bath rooms.
I put heated floors in my bathroom a couple of years ago, but was not called Warmboard.
Have only hear of one herson doing it in their bathroom.
No, not really needed in California.
Not in our area, but if I did a renovation, floor heating is always an option.
I have not, but wish I had
Never heard of it.
Not necessary here in Florida. But it sounds like a great product!
We considered it when building but did not since we had plywood on an insulation pad on top of the slab. It never gets realy cold.
No need for it in Phoenix. But I did have 'warmed' flooring when I had a home up north. That was great in the winter.
Never heard of Warmboard, but many around here do have hot water pipes running below the floor for heat.
I have not used that product.
no I have never.....and have never seen that happen in any new custom home....
I haven't heard of that. Let us know what you find out. Write a blog post about it!-Kasey
We haven't, but i've seen it done. Heated bathroom floors once helped me with an appraisal.
I have not. I have experienced heated tile floors. No real need for it in my area.
I like the answer by Debe Maxwell, CRS in suggesting The Flooring Girl Debbie Gartner -- she certainly knows the most about flooring in this forum.
Dörte Engel It was recommended to me for installing under my remodeled bathroom. I didn't do it, but I wish I had during these cold Winter months.
It's a great idea if you can do it especially in a finished basement or a familyroom on slab. Haven't heard of that brand.
I have not - we don't really need ambient heat in Florida
I have not seen it, but would love to learn more about it
Not familiar with Warmboard!
We have not
Not down here in Florida.
No... I'm in the South... we use A/C more than heat.