UK homeowners have found a solution to freezing winter floors in the form of electric underfloor heating, which can easily be installed by an experienced central heating installer in Rugeley. There two main types of underfloor heating; a dry system which is laid under the floor, and a water based system that pumps hot water through special pipes that are installed under the flooring.
Dry Underfloor Heating
This is a lot easier to install than the wet system, and is considerably cheaper, as it does not involve installing water pipes under the floor, and a qualified heating engineer can install such a system. If you are interested in exploring the potential that underfloor heating offers, an online search is the best way to locate a local supplier, who can advise you which system is more suitable. If you don’t have a wet central heating system, the dry underfloor heating system is the ideal choice, which consists of a special jacket that is installed and connected up to the electricity supply and is thermostatically controlled.
Wet Underfloor Heating
Idea if you already have a central heating system that uses water, a series of special water pipes are installed just under the flooring, which are connected to the central heating system that pumps the hot water around the flooring, much like it does with the radiators. The benefits include:
- Warm floors in the winter
- An even heat throughout the home
If you would like a level of luxury in your home by installing underfloor heating, an online search will put you in touch with a local supplier.