How To Measure Guide

  • Step 1: Pick starting point
  • Step 2: Begin drawing walls
  • Step 3: Record all wall measurements
  • Step 4: Include small dimensions
  • Step 5: Complete wall measurements to starting point
  • Step 6: Draw cabinets & vanities
  • Step 7: Measure cabinet toe-kicks
  • Step 8: Draw toilet drains
  • Step 9: Draw vents
  • Step 10: Draw thermostat
  • Step 1: Identify the angled side
  • Step 2: Label start and end points
  • Step 3: Pick an opposite corner
  • Step 4: Measure distance from start point
  • Step 5: Measure distance from end point
  • Step 6: Record both distances
Use the following tips to calculate the square footage of the heated area:

  • The heated area of the room should exclude areas beneath counters, fixed furniture, or any other areas where Nuheat cannot be installed under.

Tips to calculate square footage:

  • Square footage is calculated by multiplying the length (in feet) by the width (in feet) of an area.
  • Triangles are squares/rectangles split diagonally in half. To calculate the square footage of a triangle, multiply the length (in feet) by the width (in feet) of the triangle and divide by two.
  • If needed, break up the heated area into smaller squares, rectangles, and/or triangles to help calculate the square footage of the entire area. Calculate the square footage of each individual area and add the square footages together.
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Area A = 3′ x 4′ = 12 sq ft Area B = 4′ x 5′ = 20 sq ft Area C = 2′ x 2′ ÷ 2 =  2 sq ft Total 34 sq ft

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