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Underfloor Heating FAQs
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Is Underfloor Heating effective?
The greatest benefits of under floor heating is not only does it heat the floor, but it can be the primary source of heating for the whole room. Floor heating produces heat that rises from the floor heating the whole room. This means that your home can most efficiently be heated from bottom to top. Underfloor heating can be installed in new builds or retro fitted into homes or commercial buildings.
What floor surface works?
When it comes to selecting the right floor covering, the most important thing to consider is how well the heat generates to the floor surface. This is known as thermal conductivity. Different materials and finishes have different levels of thermal conductivity. The best floor surface is: tile or stone. Other surfaces that work include: laminate, engineered flooring, timber, concrete, carpet, marble, vinyl...
Can I install floor heating myself?
All our floor heating systems are DIY kits. Anyone with general competency can easily install a electric floor heating system. Or have your electrician, builder or other tradie on site do so. We provide helpful instructions for installation. For installation of the wiring centre and thermostats, a qualified electrician is required. Of course, we are only a phone call or email away should any further assistance be required.
Can it be installed over existing floor?
Underfloor heating can be retrofitted into existing floors not just in new builds. Our inscreed floor heating systems are embeded into the sand and cement screed. However our electric floor heating mats are only 2.2mm in height and can be installed direct under the new flooring adding no significant height to the floor surface.
Please contact us: we’ll be able to recommend the best installation methods for your project.
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