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Underfloor Heating Thermostat

Thermostats sense the temperature of a heating system and make adjustments to maintain the temperature at a set point. Modern systems are usually digital, often touchscreen and increasingly operatable via a remote Wi-Fi link.


Underfloor heating thermostats keep the room at the temperature set by the residents of the home. They do this by sensing the temperature of the room and making the appropriate adjustments to the underfloor heating system. This means there is no balancing act for the residents, no need to make continual adjustments or experimentation to find the right temperature setting. The thermostat simply maintains the desired set temperature.


Thermostats over the past generation were often combined with a timer mechanism. This allowed the heating system to be automatically tuned off as the occupants left during the day, and be activated before they arrived home latter on. Obviously this saved energy because the heating was not left on for long when the house was empty.


Modern underfloor heating thermostats are often digital, and internet/Wi-Fi compatible. This means they need not work on a strict schedule, but can track the activities of the house’s resident, activating the heating system when they are approaching the house. 

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