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Yes. We have both an electric and hydronic floor heating solution for retro-fitting into existing buildings whose floor finish is being replaced. Our electric floor heat systems raise floor levels by only 2mm and can be installed on existing tile, concrete, etc.
Yes. Generally with bathrooms, electric floor heating can be connected to an existing power circuits.
Yes. Our floor heating systems have undergone various safety tests and are UL listed. They comply with AS/NZ electrical specifications and produce significantly less EMF than common household appliances.
Amuheat floor heating can be installed in any space and is ideal for home renovators. No job is too small.
While Amuheat is typically installed by registered Amuheat Installers (including Amuheat Contracting and licencsed electricians), Amuheat is available for self-install with all materials and instructions supplied in one box. We offer a free custom quote and design service to ensure you purchase the right materials to suit your project. It may be a requirement for a licensed electrician to connect the thermostat to the mains supply - check with your state authorities or contact Amuheat support.
Amuheat' design parameters are between 60-100W/m² for use as a primary heating system in homes and buildings. The self regulating heating element does not exceed 40 degrees celsius preventing the floor from overheating or becoming too hot to touch. On average, a steady floor temperature at 28 degrees celsisus will maintain a room temperature at 20 degress celsius. Control of the floor heating is via a programmable thermostat control with built in air sensor and remote floor probe sensor.