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Old 07-01-2010, 05:23 AM   #1
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radiant heat on cement slab


I am looking into putting down radiant heat system on my concrete slab, entire first floor.

The space is approx 600 square feet and I would use the electric heat mats.

Is this the proper order:
thin set on slab
then wire heat mat
more thinset
then Ditra
then thinset then tiles

Anyone have any clue as to what the cost is to get this done by a professional? I am in central NJ.

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