Underfloor Heating is the modern and efficient choice for heating both domestic and commercial properties.
The warm water that is used in the Underfloor Heating Systems is of a low temperature, usually 35 - 50 degrees celsius. The floor is then turned into one large radiant surface through the continuous pipe loops laid underneath. The pipe loops for each room all run from and back to the system manifold, which is conveniently located in one easily accessible position.
Underfloor Heating has become increasingly popular throughout Europe. Providing cost effective, comfortable heating in millions of properties.
It is the most efficient heat emitter whatever the heat source. Underfloor Heating provides the warmth to a room from the floor up, rather than heating the ceiling space first.
Warm-Water systems use a lower water temperature than radiators, which means the boiler uses less fuel, which in turn means lower running costs and less environmental damage.