It consists of heating elements: wires, heating mats or foils, floor temperature sensor and thermostat.
- choosing the right material, that the finished floor will be covered with best material to use is stone or ceramic flooring which conduct heat well. If deciding on a carpet or wooden floor, you have to remember that these materials must work well with underfloor heating and be specially marked.
- carefully planning the spacing of furniture
- taking into account the height of floor heating
- thoroughly insulating floor (if the insulation have not been made earlier)
complete shower repair
service under £50 - click here
Electric underfloor heating is relatively cheap to install, easy to use and very durable. It proves to be invaluable in kitchens and bathrooms, where it provides a warm and pleasant to touch floor throughout the year.
Underfloor heating can be used as primary or secondary heating. As a primary heating it is usually chosen when there is no possibility of using other forms of home heating. As a secondary heating it is usually installed in bathrooms and kitchens.