How To Tile a Bathroom Floor | Part 1

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The best investment you can make in a shower is to install heated floors. Not only is it comfy but it raises your house evaluation!

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No matter what your house is built like we all love tile in the Bathroom. If you have wood or concrete as a subfloor it makes no difference. Tile is cold to the touch and to really get the enjoyment out of a new renovation you must consider the idea of including radiant heat. Technology has come a long way in the last few years regarding this type of installation and now you can program the floor to do just about everything but make you breakfast. even if you don’t want to use it very often the value that is adds to the home makes this a must for every homeowner who is planning a bathroom renovation with the intent to sell. In this video we will show you how to measure the heated cable , how to order it, how to install it, and tips to help make the installation go very smoothly.

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