Eric Goranson of Around the House NW recently visited our Hillsboro, Oregon, campus for a below-the-flooring tour of our production facility, plus a
Floor Heat Temperature Sensor Hack
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Want to learn my quick floor heat sensor replacement hack?
It's such a clever hack that will make you say,
"Why didn't I think of that?".
Have you ever had to swap out a radiant floor heat temperature sensor?
It's a pain, right?
Well, instead of pulling up a glued-on floor heat sensor off the subfloor, try this idea we learned from one of our motorcoach manufacturing customers.
Slip in a copper tube in the subfloor, so you can slide out the sensor.
The tool and material you need
Piece of copper tubing
Route a pocket in the subfloor to hold a piece of small copper tubing.
Insert the piece of copper tubing to hold the radiant floor heat sensor inside the subfloor.