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GFCI vs. NON-GFCI THERMOSTATS  What's the difference?

According to the National Electric Code (NEC) the electric floor warming sytem has to be GFCI protected. The Ground Fault Protection will guard against electrical hazards in case the electrical floor system is damaged. There are three ways this can be done.

  1. Use a GFCI protected circuit breaker. 
  2. Use a thermostat with the GFCI built into it.
  3. Have the system tapped off the protected side of a GFCI outlet.

All the thermostats we offer are programmable, offer energy savings, and can be shut off when not in use for example during the summer or if away on vacation.