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What are the benefits of electric underfloor heating?
Electric underfloor heating distributes heat evenly throughout the room, radiating warmth from the floor up, eliminating cold spots.
Feel the additional comfort and benefits of electric underfloor heating with warmth under your feet whenever you want it, perhaps first thing in the morning or right after your bath or shower.
Rapid heat up time
Unlike water based underfloor heating and convectional heating, you don't need to leave electric underfloor heating on for long periods for it to keep you warm. Responsive and on demand, it will heat up quickly when you need it, and turn off when you don't.
When installed correctly, electric underfloor heating requires zero maintenance. To put your mind at even greater ease, ThermoSphere mesh, membrane and foil underfloor heating solutions are installed with a lifetime guarantee.
Interior design freedom
Because the heat source is under the floor there is no need for unsightly radiators which have previously taken up crucial wall space. Particularly important in bathrooms where space is more often at a premium.
An electric underfloor heating system provides an energy efficient, on demand heating system as well as interior design flexibility
Your radiator vs your underfloor heating
Inefficient convection heating
Traditional radiators distribute heat unevenly throughout a room, resulting in drafts, hot heads and cold feet.
Heating in the way usually means your thermostat has to be set to a higher temperature to achieve the desired comfort level, which increases heat loss and energy bills.
Improved efficiency and comfort
Underfloor heating provides a comfortable, even temperature throughout your room.
If the heating system is under the whole floor you can save money through lowering the ambient temperature by 2°C without loss of comfort!
You can also free up valuable wall space creating more freedom of design for your interiors.
Did you know? - the earliest concept of underfloor heating can be traced as far back as 5000BC.