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    Radiant floor heating can be used in any room. The
    main difference between using the floor heating in
    one room or another, is the level of comfort and
    control required.

Cost efficiency

The heating of an isolated electric radiant floor is 10-15% more efficient.

Free wall space

No radiator provides extra space and design freedom.

Unbeatable Guarantees

It is a standard in all our heating systems.

Stone and Tile

Tiled and stone floors are ideal for use with underfloor heating. Its thermal mass and high thermal conductivity result in a floor that provides radiant heat quickly and retains heat well, making the system highly reactive and efficient. The choice of stone and tiled floor with underfloor heating has always been an industry favorite - the rooms have smooth and even heating while normally cold tiles are transformed into cozy and comfortable surfaces for your feet.

Wood and Laminate

The types of wood floors have different thermal properties, so there are differences in their suitability for use with a floor heating system. Other wood floors can be used, but with a softer and less dense wood. Attention must be paid to the thickness of the boards so that the boards do not act as insulation to block the heat. As a general rule for wooden floors, the surface temperature of the floor should not exceed 27 ° c.


The vinyl is heated and cooled quickly. Vinyl flooring and luxury vinyl tile (LVT), including the Amtico and Karndean ranges, are very suitable and can be used safely with electric underfloor heating. This strong, durable and low maintenance floor finish is complemented perfectly with a low maintenance underfloor heating solution, creating a luxurious and warm finish to any room. Vinyl floors are subject to a temperature restriction of the upper floor, generally 27 ° C.


The carpet is suitable for use with floor heating, provided that the material of the carpet or burlap does not act as an insulator that blocks heat. All materials, including those below and coatings, must not exceed 2.5% for the system to provide sufficient heat output.