Heated Floor Tile in a "Snap"


I made this video a few years ago, but thought HomeTalk might find it interesting -- particularly the "floating" porcelain tile floor that requires no mortar for installation. The tile product is available under the names Avaire and SnapStone.

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  • Jennifer webster
    on Jun 13, 2013

    Good to know. Being that it's rubber on the back of the tiles, is it really compatible with heated floors?

  • Matthew Weber
    on Jun 13, 2013

    Jennifer- The rubber is limited to a grid on the rear of the tile, leaving plenty of surface area for the tile to conduct heat. The system works well together.

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