Return to the Source: Underfloor Heating’s Power Sources
Due to energy economy, ease of installation and unrivalled user control functions, underfloor heating systems are more popular among aspiring home improvers out there than ever before.
With two separate systems available; wet underfloor heating and electric underfloor heating – the consumer has the option as to whether thay want their underfloor heating run from mains electric or their central heating/hot water source.
There are many advantages to installing underfloor heating, not least the value that it adds to a property but also the fact that it takes away the need for bulky, sometimes unsightly radiators and that the heat that it produces rises directly from the floor beneath you, creating a constant and easily controllable circulation of warm air.
When considering the installation of underfloor heating, insulation is key: the better insulated the room, the longer the warm air will remain after the system has been turned off. Consumers are advised to research the relevant systems thoroughly before considering installation as there are a number of variables to consider, so it is always advised to seek information from a trained professional or company before proceeding with your home improvement plans.