In continuation of last weeks post, here is the next set of tips for installing Heatizon products. These tips cover installation of heating element, activation devices, and sensors. For information on planning the layout and starting the process, see Part One of these tips.
By: Steve Smith (Description of Heatizon Systems’ RPA Showcase Award Winning Project at the Rothman Residence and Park City, UT) You can count on two things when your home is located 8,500 feet or more above sea level in the Wasatch Mountains: snow and more snow. To handle the snow loads on the roof of […]
The Product Z Mesh, Heatizon Systems bronze mesh heating element, is so advanced that it can be installed under non-conductive roof coverings, ceramic tile, stone, laminant flooring, carpeting, and hardwood flooring. Typical installations for Z Mesh include total space heating, roof snow melt, and floor warming. Z Mesh is made to go on something…like concrete […]