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SunTouch Floor Warming SunStat 120/240-Volt Programmable Floor Warming Control



Let's face it, it's an uncomfortable feeling when you walk barefoot onto a cold floor.


Even worse is when it's early in the morning and you've barely opened your eyes, only to be greeted by the chill of a frigid floor underfoot. Not a good way to begin your day.



If you are in the market for getting new floors, consider warming them using the SunTouch Floor Warming system.



While the usual suspects for this are tile over a concrete slab subfloor, you'd be surprised that this particular floor warming system also works for laminate and glue-down hardwood floors as well if installed properly.



In this post, I'll specifically go over the image above; the programmable wall control that goes with the SunTouch Floor Warming system.



Unlike most controls and SunTouch's dial version, this version gives you much more operating power at your fingertips. Think of it as a thermostat for your floor warming system...because that is what it is!



Let's say you've already installed a floor warming mat system. If you haven't yet, and are interested in doing so, please click here for specific installation instructions straight from the owner's manual.


If you are installing a new system, be sure to grab a LoudMouth Installation Monitor by Sun Touch so you know you are doing all steps safely during the install steps.


So now you have a new or existing floor warming system, what makes this floor warming control the best choice for you? Let's talk about the details....


  • It is push buttoned and works for multiple relays for the best control.
  • You can program it to do various programming schedules, so you can efficiently have a warm floor when you are there and not when you aren't for energy savings.
  • It contains a usage monitor to display hours of operation and it can contain this data for as long you own the control.
  • It can work for any 120/240 VAC flooring system at 15 amp capacity.
  • Built in GFCI, which gives it added protection for those floors susceptible to water, like kitchens and bathrooms.


Any floor warming system you purchase/install will only be as effective as the wall control.



OnceĀ  you use this programmable warming control, you'll get that and much more for an efficient floor warming system.



Your barefeet will thank you for it.



Joseph

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Posted 2016-02-03T17:58:35+0000  by Joseph_HD_ATL Joseph_HD_ATL
 
 

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