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Under floor heating and under tile heating systems for conservatories and all around the home.


Electric underfloor heating the easy heating solution for conservatory floors both timber and tiled.

Using under floor heating to heat your conservatory / home can prove to be a very efficient way to heat because it's invisible once installed and allows you the freedom to design your interior the way you want.

Radiant Underfloor Heating for Wooden Floors, Tiled Floors, Slate and Stone Floors

Whether it is in your conservatory, bathroom or your kitchen, tile, stone and slate floors have traditionally been beautiful finishes to a floor but have also been very cold surfaces to live with. Unfortunately traditional forced air heating systems did little to ease the temperature on these floorings. With modern electric under floor radiant heating this is no longer the case. By laying heating cables underneath the tiles the floor can be warmed up to a comfortable temperature.

While wooden floors are usually warmer than tile or stone floors it had until relatively recently been considered unwise to combine underfloor heating with any form of wooden / timber flooring. Fortunately this has now changed with the introduction of a special heating element from Flexel International Ltd. Conservatories Online Recommended installers of Timber Flooring are now pleased to offer this additional product / benefit with their range of high quality timber flooring.

Additionally there are many more benefits to under floor heating beyond having warm floors:

  • More comfortable air temperature;

  • Low Maintenance;

  • No drafts;

  • underfloor heating elementInvisible;

  • No wasted wall space giving you complete freedom to design your room as you wish;

  • Greatly reduces dust circulation

Radiant Floor Heating

With radiant heating, floor surfaces in conservatories, bathrooms, and kitchens are not only beautiful to look at but also warm and inviting to live with. Radiant heating works differently to conventional heating systems that rely on convection through air movement to spread heat. Radiant heat is in the form of waves. Instead of heating the air these waves heat the surface of objects or people in the room. Surfaces include walls, windows, floors and ceilings. These surfaces then gently warm the surrounding air.

Laminate & Wood Floor Heating Additionally because the air does not circulate there are no draughts created and much less dust is circulating in the room which brings higher comfort levels not only for allergy suffers but for every one in the room. As there is an even spread of heat throughout the living space this means no cold feet and higher comfort levels overall.

Radiant heating also provides savings on energy costs when combined with the use of high insulation levels and control equipment.

underfloor heating Other Advantages

  • Low running costs and maintenance free.

  • Under floor heating can free up wall and floor space needed by conventional heating systems.

  • Reduces condensation and associated problems.

  • Because it is a radiant heating method dust and air movement is minimised.

  • Easy installation requires connection at only one end.

Under Floor Heating for Wooden Floors, Tiled Floors, Slate and Stone Floors. Enjoy comfortable heating in any building without the inconvenience, costs and unsightly service requirements of conventional heating systems. To Request a free brochure clicking here

 

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Underfloor Heating For Conservatories

Underfloor Heating For ConservatoriesHepworth Plumbing Products has launched a new underfloor heating pack designed specifically to provide a simple means of using this highly efficient form of heating in home extensions and conservatories. The system can readily be used by professional plumbers in conjuction with traditional radiator circuits and avoids the need for complex manifolds and separate pumps.

Ideally suited for conservatories, bathrooms and small extensions with a solid floor construction and floor area of up to 15m square. This pack is only suitable for solid floor constructions of a minimum 75mm thickness. Click this link for More Information on Underfloor Heating For Conservatories

 

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