This depends on the thickness of the tiles, whether the subfloor is concrete or wood, general levels of insulation and floor insulation. On an insulated wooden subfloor it takes approximately 20 to 40 minutes for the tiles to feel warm, then approx 45 to 90 minutes to heat the room. On an uninsulated concrete floor it will take longer. The floor will also take longer to cool down after the heater has been turned off.
On an insulated wooden subfloor, in a well-insulated room, the floor will be warm in 30 minutes. On an uninsulated concrete floor in a poorly insulated room, it could take 1 hour to heat the floor. The longer it takes to heat the floor, the longer the floor will retain the heat.



 

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