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Get to know more about underfloor heating


Underfloor heating and cooling is a form of central heating and cooling which achieves indoor climate control for thermal comfort using conduction, radiation and convection. The terms radiant heating and radiant cooling are commonly used to describe this approach because radiation is responsible for a significant portion of the resulting thermal comfort but this usage is technically correct only when radiation composes more than 50% of the heat exchanged between the floor and the rest of the space.


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For new constructions where the sub-floor is planned at the outset: where a concrete sub-floor is required, the pipework is laid within the cement screed. For wooden sub-floors, aluminium spreader plates are laid within the 400mm centres of the timber joists; pipework is laid at 200mm centres with the flooring laid directly on top.

Gas heating, especially when coupled with high efficiency condensing boilers, will have a lower overall running cost than electric.

Due to the lower operating water temperature of water underfloor heating systems, renewable sources of energy - like solar power and heat pumps - can be used to great advantage.


Electric Underfloor Heating Installations

For new or existing constructions where the sub-floor is already in place: subject to standard floor preparation, electric heating cables or mats are laid on top of the existing sub-floor; making this type of installation very fast and low cost.

In both instances, electric or water floor heating systems will generate enough energy to provide the primary heating requirements for a new or well insulated building, without the need for additional radiator heating. However, where the two systems differ is in the running costs: simply put, for hot water systems, gas-heated boilers are more economical to run per KW of heat output than using electricity per KW hour to run electric UFH. The difference between the overall lower cost of installation for an electric underfloor heating system with a higher running costs, compared to the alternative higher cost of installing water underfloor heating but with lower running costs, becomes one of length of time to realize the initial investment of the installation.

For existing sub-floors, electric UFH will be the only practical solution; for new sub-floors the lower running cost benefits will always outweigh the higher installation costs over the longer term.

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