Hi Vandit,Thanks Gary. That's helpful. A heat line makes sense, but I didn't think of that, and it's too late now.
Could you describe or post a picture of your solution? Apologies if you've already done that elsewhere and I missed it.
I don't plan to be in freezing weather, but I don't want to rule it out. So, I will add in a system like yours. A few valves and some compressed air, I assume?
I finally finished the floor install on my 136" HR and wanted to record it for those who might be looking for ideas. It is comprised of Marmoleum, 3/4 lap-jointed plywood, 1" polyiso, a radiant heat element, PEX runs, and a battery interconnect wire. Here are some pictures:
Hey there, I was just wondering about the thickness of your floor... is it 2 1/2 inches thick total?
You mentioned lapping the sheets of 3/4" plywood (1 1/2" total?) and an additional 1" insulation.
Maybe it's just the perception from the pics but it looks like the insulation thickness is greater than the ply thickness... am I just seeing things? The math tells me the opposite.
Awesome that it was prebuilt and able to be placed inside. Looks great!