Floor Thermostat

Underfloor heating runs at a lower temperature than radiators, so your builder should suggestion to run the underfloor heating all the time. You use your floor thermostat to set the temperature you want. It is an efficient way of running the system. To understand why, imagine that your underfloor system is just like a very  large radiator. The larger the radiator, the lower the temperature needed to keep a room warm. Now imagine that that radiator is set in concrete or screed. In order for the heat to penetrate into the room, not only does it run cooler, as with a regular radiator, it now also needs to warm that screed.

Thermostat
Thermostat
In Screed
Screed heating cable

Electric Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating has become very popular among specifiers and homeowners mainly due to its benefits of underfloor heating systems; energy savings and comfort.
There are a variety systems available with a range of installation and fixing options to offer flexibility in specifying underfloor heating.

In Screed heating
In floor Screed heating cables
Laminate floor heating
Under Laminate floor heating
Cable Mat
Cable Mat for Underfloor heating

ELECTRIC UNDERFLOOR HEATING

Underfloor heating can utilise electricity (electric system) as the source of heat.

Ideal for bathrooms and bedrooms upstairs. Electronic underfloor heating wire can be less than 3mm thick which will not raise floor levels.
The cables can be embedded into the sub floor to transfer the heat to the floor surface.