Time to update those radiant floors

This week is Tuesday & our band played music last night on the strip along the beach & my nice friend and I had a lot of fun.

Tonight my nice friend and I will play again with another group on this pier at sunset, which will mark the 5th day of playing this week.

Being a drummer in the band is a great workout, but it can cause a lot of shoulder pain if you are like me. Cooling off in the sea is nice for the pain & then coming household to a hot household helps to heat up the body. This week my nice friend and I talk about radiant floors & what it takes to update them. Removing heated flooring can be a difficult job, especially if you want to make sure the job is done right. The first step in removing heated flooring is to turn off the heating (heating, ventilation, & air conditioning) system that supplies heat to the floor. This will prevent any disfigurement from occurring to the system during the removal process. Next, you will need to detach the floor tiles or mats that cover the heating elements. This may require some demolition work, as the tiles or mats are often adhered to the subfloor with adhesive. Make sure to take safety precautions during this step, such as wearing gloves & protective eyewear. Once the tiles or mats have been unlinked, you will need to remove the heating elements from the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C system. This may require the assistance of a professional heating dealer, as there may be electrical & plumbing connections that need to be unlinked. This should help you a bit if you are in the hunt to update your radiant floors sometime in the future.



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