Hi, everyone. 'Hope the holidays are merry for all.
We're just now arriving at some semblance of a winter here in this far north paradise - mere dusting of snow, but getting cold.
My question is to all the radiant floor experts out there, and it
probably is a futile one, however I must ask.
Is there any way on this green earth to actually "detect" where there
might be a water tube in the gypcrete below our laminate floor? When
we built last year, I was very careful to lay a board where I thought(!)
I would be weaving at my loom in my studio. Even took pictures of every
room in the house before the gypcrete was poured, but of course, not all
those pictures came out clear enough to see well, and without measuring
between every tube & doing a schematic(?)of the entire 2,200 sq. ft.,
it's all guess work - except where I laid that board to allow for a
future electric plug and something to bolt the loom down to. Anyway,
here I am, a year later, and would like to move the loom, but without
Superman's x-ray vision, I'm at a loss as to where to poke the holes
for the bolts. Of course, it goes without saying, that my ever lovin'
husband doesn't even want to *think* about it..... Soooo, was wondering
if there was some clever way/tool which could help me out. I mean, when
I discovered the stud sensor, I was a happy camper (and so is he).
If anyone has ideas/methods for this dilemma, I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks to all - such an enjoyable board of experts!