Quickheat tile heating kits are suited for installation on suspended timber or concrete subfloors for use under most hard surfaces including ceramic tiles, slate, porcelain, limestone, marble, terracotta, wood, laminate, vinyl & stone.
Floor heating installations have traditionally involved complicated procedures. Cables supplied on a roll require careful planning to ensure there are no cold spots and covering the cables with screed raises the floor levels. Quickheat has addressed these problems by providing a unique floor heating system suited for installation by any competent person.
Quickheat tile heating systems have been used across Australia for residential, commercial and industrial applications including houses & apartments, churches, halls, public buildings, aged care homes, schools, universities, kennels & catteries.
The 1mm thin Quickheat heating element is installed on the sub-floor directly beneath the floor surface - perfect for renovations as there are no screeds raising floor levels.
Quickheat tile heating systems comply with IEC specifications and carry the CE mark. Our factory is accredited by IQNet and DQS and all products are manufactured under ISO9001:2000 compliance.
The heater should be installed according to the manual provided with each kit.
A detailed installation guideline manual is supplied with each Quickheat tile heating kit covering floor preparation, electrical requirements, tile heating installation, thermostat connection and damage repair. Additional technical and installation support is also available via the support website or telephonically.
Quickheat provide a free design service and planning advice for your complete room heater layout. We are available to answer your questions relating to electrical preparation or installation of your floor heating system. If you prefer to leave the installation to a floor heating contractor, a professional design & installation service is available across Australia
Quickheat tile heating is classified as an appliance and can be installed by any competent person. The heater must be connected to a RCD (safety switch) protected circuit by an electrician. All wiring must conform to AS/NZS 3000:2000 and local wiring regulations.