Electrical underfloor heating is cost and energy efficient
When using air conditioners or radiators, heat is lost to the upper part of the room. As the hot air rises, some of these methods produce noise and air currents. Electrical underfloor heating gives a more natural insulation with no circulating air that can spread allergens or evade through small openings.
Electrical underfloor heating has far lower costs, greater efficiency and can be installed in an already completed building.
Methods of Electrical Underfloor Heating
Electrical underfloor heating uses strategically placed heating mats between the carpet and underlay. This type of system is easy to operate and install with houses that are already completed- it does not need to be part of the original design of the house.
It is maintenance free, minimal noise and rids floors of any moisture problems.
Solid surfaces like tiles, concrete or stone can also be heated electrically with pre-laid cables. These are efficient and quiet and must be part of the installed floor building.
The efficiency of hydronic and electrical underfloor heating depends on the type of floor and its covering. For example, the way tiled floors conduct heat is very different to how carpeted floors conduct heat. Knowing the type of flooring in advance can help wiring, pipe spacing and temperature levels be set to achieve the best possible outcome.
The temperature of your floor is set by the underfloor heating thermostat. This underfloor heating thermostat allows you to choose a desired level of heat and steadily maintain heating.
Underfloor DIY KITS
Underfloor DIY kits are very suitable for professionals or handymen with minimum experience in underfloor heating. These kits are supplied with clear, moderately simple installation instructions.