Electric Underfloor Heating
Electric underfloor heating is a popular and efficient way to provide warmth to your home or office. It operates by generating heat through electrical resistance and distributing it evenly across the floor surface. There are several types of electric underfloor heating systems, each designed for specific flooring materials.
Heat mats are ideal for use under tiles and stone flooring. They are thin and flexible mats that can be easily cut to size and fitted to the floor. They are simple to install and come with all the necessary components, including a thermostat and control system.
The cable for under tiles is a continuous loop of electrical heating cable that is laid directly onto the subfloor, before being covered with tile adhesive and tiles. This type of system provides a more consistent heat distribution than heat mats and is best suited for large areas.
Foil for underwood and laminate flooring is a reflective material that is laid between the subfloor and the flooring material. It works by reflecting the heat generated by the electric underfloor heating system back up into the room, ensuring efficient and effective heating.
Inscreed cable is designed specifically for new build properties, where the flooring is poured in one piece. The cable is laid into the screed before it is poured, providing a discreet and efficient heating solution.
Overall, electric underfloor heating provides a comfortable and energy-efficient heating solution for any home or office.
With a range of options available, including heat mats, cable for under tiles, foil for under wood and laminate, and inscreed cable for new build properties, you’re sure to find a system that suits your needs.