DITRA-HEAT Heated Flooring Systems Installation (Step-by-Step) -- by Home Repair Tutor

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How do you install DITRA-HEAT heated flooring systems? We explain in today's step-by-step tutorial. /> Here is the break down of the steps for the DITRA-HEAT installation: Step 1 = Planning DITRA-HEAT heated flooring systems Step 2 = Gathering materials Step 3 = Setting DITRA-HEAT membrane Step 4 = Heating cable tips before installation Step 5 = Conductor resistance test Step 6 = Conductor and ground braid continuity test Step 7 = Insulation resistance test Step 8 = Floor temperature sensor test Step 9 = Heating cable cold splice installation Step 10 - Heating cable installation in membrane Step 11 - Thermostat sensor installation Step 12 - DITRA-HEAT thermostat installation Step 13 - Fill studs with unmodified thin-set Watch our video for the full DITRA-HEAT installation /> Or visit our website for the written tutorial



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Sal DiBlasi
Ditra heat is a great product, makes installing a heated floor so much easier, good job on the video.
Dennis Heflin
Excellent video, very well done
Alexander Rivera
With this system I wouldn't have dura rock the wood floor prior? if I was using wedi for my shower how would it be? overlap wedi or ditra?
matt heer
I wonder how easy it will be to remove (scrape off) that orange underlay from the plywood in ten years when your tile is outdated?
Wizdomtrek
Truly enjoyed this, thank you!
can i use a different thermostat (warmup wifi version), they say its compatible with all electic flooring up to 16a. but schulter website says you are forced to use their thermostat. using the warmup thermostat is more important to me so please let me know
Orlando Native
is he gary dell a bate's younger brother
Brian Samuelson
It looks like you wired the two heating cables in parallel. Will this cause one section to heat more than the other? You want the same current flowing through the cables to get there same Watts/foot of cable and that means the two sections should be in series. Thanks for the video.
Paul Housman
Love your video. I have a question concerning the splice going to the thermostat. You chiseled out a space so that the splice would be below or at level. I have a concrete floor and am using ditraheat-tb . Will there be enough room for the splice to sit without having to chisel out the concrete? I am laying tile on top of the ditraheat-tb. Should I be concerned ? Thanks
VINJE76
Why not install both sensors just in case one fails? Then you don't have to lift tiles to install the other sensor.
Johnny West
I'd really like a heated shower floor, can this be continued into the shower in a curbless walk in shower in place of a pan, or would it go over the pan?
Joe Bass
Did he show his quad box/ conduit installation and I just missed it?
Dammond Barkel
Is Kerdi band installed at the seams and the outer edges?
Dewayne M
great vid
Stephen Lam
Are this system workable or heat efficiency enough to counter act a chilling living room flooring right above a double garage during Winter months !
bniel798
Thanks for upload, this is something I've been interested and asked to do
Rich McVeigh
How are you going to waterproof the junction between the ditra and the wedi shower base? I would think subliner dry but Wedi doesn't like the idea of mixing their stuff with Schluter stuff. Might have missed this but can you comment on the electrical requirements for the ditra heat.