High Output Electric Cables
In-Floor TXLP high-output electric cables are a simple, sensible way to warm your floors or heat entire rooms. This versatile form of heating works with all kinds of floor coverings: ceramic tile, stone, wood, laminates, vinyl, carpet, etc. These systems are incredibly flexible; you can use a High-Output system as you would a Low-Profile system to take the chill out of hard surfaces, or utilize the full potential of the output to completely heat spaces. Infloor's TXLP electric cable is easily sized for any project. The Janes company carries a large assortment of pre-engineered cable lengths so that any room shape or size is easily accommodated.
Electric Radiant Systems work by utilizing electrical resistance to heat coiled cables installed underneath the floor. Because these systems do not rely on the heating and transfer of water, they are very simple to install and maintain. Additionally, the Infloor Electric Cables, whether High Output or Low Profile, can heat a variety of materials including ceramic tile, stone, wood, vinyl and even carpet. This flexibility in design is meant to ensure that your installation is unencumbered by the existing materials in your home. For a stone or tile floor, all that is needed is a layer of thin-set or mortar to set the cables directly under the floor. For hardwood, laminate, vinyl, or carpet you will need to set a thin layer of self-leveling cement directly atop the cables, between the cables and the floor covering. Typically, Electric Radiant systems are ideal for new construction, re-models, and heating a limited, specific area. However, Janes Radiant can work with you to install an electric cable system to fulfill any of your home's heating requirements.