How does Underfloor Heating work?
Standard convection radiators heat the air above and surrounding air at a high temperature, resulting in the heated air rising, leaving the floor and air below the radiator the coldest part of the room.
Underfloor heating works by administering warm water through a network of pipes sat beneath the finished flooring of the room. This warm water is heated at a much lower temperature and the large area covered by the pipes ensures heat is distributed more evenly, without leaving cold spots.
Innovative thermostats monitor and control the property’s temperature, and can be set to control specific zones, or rooms.
Underfloor heating systems can be installed in a new build as well as part of a re-fit project to an existing property.