Heating strips are usually installed under screed or insulated, but can also be placed on screed or under floor coverings. The floor level increases by only 0.4 mm. While it may sound weird, we have also placed the strips on existing flooring (mobile version).
The only condition is that they are covered by something because of the visual effect. You can use everything: warm flooring, laminate flooring, rubber, carpet, gypsum boards, artificial turf, etc. Of course, you can also use ceramic or stone, if the existing floors allow. Because of this, the heating strips allow for dry and wet screeds and all kinds of floor coverings. You will be warmed wherever you place them.
In the case of wall mounting, the mounting options are unlimited. The strips can be placed below or above the plaster. It is only important that there is thermal insulation for the heaters (outside or inside the wall), otherwise heat will be lost.
When adjusting to a wall, we usually install a layer of insulation, fixing the tape heaters to it (up to 180-200 cm) and covering them with all plasterboard. If the walls are too guilty of such intervention, we align them with Al-profiles. In any case, the procedure is not too demanding.
With a little effort, you can get the equivalent of warming up on the floor.
Ceiling design is also possible.
It is usually mounted in the wall, so that only the cover of electrical circuits and thermostats is visible after installation, but different solutions are possible.
Housing dimensions are 22x35x10 or 35x35x10.
There is no need to mount an electronic assembly or assemblies in a heated room. Users usually choose to install in the hallway. In other rooms only thermostats remain.