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“I would love to have tile, but it’s too cold . . . “

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We have all heard that comment before. It should never be a factor in anyone’s decision to choose tile or stone. The answer is easy, cost efficient and simple to install. It is called Procto Wrap’s Peel and Heat Complete.

This is a unique floor warming and crack isolation system installed under thin-set installations of tile and stone. Peel and Heat Complete is a safe and efficient electric floor-warming product for interior applications. It is generally intended for installation below tile, stone, other masonry and wood flooring materials in residential and moderate commercial installations.peel_and_heat_underlayment “I would love to have tile, but it's too cold . . . “

Completely unseen, Peel and Heat Complete combines easy Peel and Stick installation with anti-fracture protection to provide warmth and comfort to flooring surfaces.

There is no need for self-leveling and comparable products. You can install the flooring the same day Peel and Heat Complete is installed.

The self-adhering properties of Peel and Heat heating elements eliminate the thin-set or self-leveling installation step typically associated with other systems. This saves time and material costs. Mats can be installed by anyone; a licensed electrician should make the electrical connections.

And, the system is environmentally friendly with an energy usage of only 12 watts per square foot. The 120v Thermostat handles up to 120 square feet, efficiently delivering heat where it is most effective . . . at your feet rather than blowing forced air into the middle/top of the ambient room environment that rises straight to the ceiling.

For additional information on this unique product visit the Peel and Heat Complete websiteand for all your design ideas, contact a desgin proefessionalat one of theD&B Tile locations.

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