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Old 05-27-2008
cghargis cghargis is offline
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Question In-Floor Heat

I've been hearing some talk lately about a new kind of in-floor heating system for class A coaches. It's called "Gold Heat" and they advertise as making in-floor radiant heat that "dramatically increases the comfort of your coach". I looked them up at www.goldheat.com, but I was curious to see if anyone knew anything about the product, and if so, what do you think about it?

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Old 05-27-2008
smokeybear smokeybear is offline
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CG,

This heat system is the same type they put under ceramic floor tile in bathrooms and kitchens of stick built homes.

It works very well in those applications and should work as well in an RV.

The only down side I see is when your not hooked up to power...

Most Motor Home owners... don't often dry camp I expect....

Marv
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Old 06-01-2008
jgr1957 jgr1957 is offline
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I've been hearing some talk lately about a new kind of in-floor heating system for class A coaches. It's called "Gold Heat" and they advertise as making in-floor radiant heat that "dramatically increases the comfort of your coach". I looked them up at www.goldheat.com, but I was curious to see if anyone knew anything about the product, and if so, what do you think about it?

Thanks!
Looks like another ignition source!

I've never had a cold-floor issue that carpeting didn't solve, even in northern Washington in the winter. I use closed-cell foam padding instead of the soft foam that carpets usually go over.
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