GFCI Protection for Cables Installed in Heated Floors

GFCI Protection for Cables Installed in Heated Floors

Interpreting the intent of the National Electrical Code

All references are based on the 2014 edition of the NEC.

Many of you have probably experienced the unpleasant feeling of stepping out of a nice hot shower on a freezing cold winter day only to step on an icy cold tile floor. What could be worse than that feeling? Well, stepping out onto that tile floor and getting electrocuted by some faulty electric floor heating cables would certainly be worse.

GFCI for heated floors

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