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Why you should choose underfloor heating

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Underfloor heating is one of the most efficient  ways in which to heat a room and is quickly becoming a popular option for those looking to maximize comfort and savings alike. 

Why Should You Choose Underfloor Heating?

Underfloor heating is a low-cost and low-maintenance way to keep your home warm all year long. It’s exceptionally efficient – warmed air rises naturally, meaning that heat is distributed throughout the room without loss through drafts or convection – and doesn’t require much in the way of installation to start saving you money on heating costs immediately. It’s an ideal option for anyone looking for the utmost degree of efficiency, comfort, design and flexibility from their home’s heating systems.

Benefits Of Underfloor Heating

Energy efficient: Underfloor heating uses a form of infrared radiation/heat which is very gentle to the body. This type of heat takes only seconds to penetrate the underside of flooring and then continues to radiate upwards into the room, warming everything that it touches.

Comfortable: Unlike traditional radiators, underfloor heating does not deliver heat via convection currents. Therefore the air around your body is never too hot or cold, because you are always surrounded by the same gentle warmth.

Unlimited design options: Underfloor heating mats can be inserted into any flooring surface, so no matter what material your current flooring is made of you will be able to benefit from this unique heating option.

Flexibility: Underfloor heating can be designed to work in tandem with other systems, so you are not limited by installation choices. For example, it is possible to design an underfloor heating system which also works within a radiant cooling system.

Underfloor heating systems are extremely versatile and can be used in a range of different ways to meet your needs while keeping you cozy all year long. Don’t hesitate to contact an expert today who can help find the right system for you.

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