My heated floor replacement is not going well

After a bit of research online I determined that I was more than capable of installing our own radiant floors. I know that I disconnect the flooring, locale the electric heated mats down and then cut, grout and locale down new tile. It would take a long time, but it would be done all by our hand and perfect. I did not realize how difficult it would be to take up our floor. Whoever lived in the house before was a fan of just setting a new floor on top of an outdated 1. I have been taking a sledgehammer to our floor and uncovering another layer. I have gone from black and absolutely white tile, to pink tile, to red laminate, to wire mesh and then the final wood boards. The wire mesh is genuinely the worst thing ever too. I have to use wire cutters in order to disconnect them and it slows down production. I haven’t gotten all our floors up yet and I am about done. I am sad the heating replacement is going to be harder than I thought too. What if setting a new tile on top goes as bad? I don’t want to wait 6 weeks before having heated flooring. It might be worth calling in a professional to just do all the replacement work. I am wondering if I will get a discount too. I started the project and I have all the meratials. It should not cost the same as someone who needs everything done. Maybe I could work alongside the HVAC supplier too.


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