-This is an increasingly popular way to heat your home.
This type of heating is best envisaged before building a new house due to the lack of later problems with floor heights or installation problems.
There are two types of this heating :
Water heating – these are loops of pipes sunk in a layer of concrete in which, for example, water flows. combining this system with a heat pump the savings increase
Electric heating – special wires or heat mats are placed in the floor through which current flows
Each of these solutions has its advantages and disadvantages.
Water heating – although it is a more expensive type of installation, it translates into lower operating costs compared to its electric counterpart. Additionally, the possibility of combining this system with a heat pump makes the savings even greater. However, it is a hard system to control because of the medium used for heating. Water underfloor heating takes a long time to heat the floor but also maintains the temperature for a long period.
Electric heating – it is accepted that this type of heating is better in buildings used periodically, because there is no possibility of damaging the installation when the users are absent. Additionally, it is a better solution when we want to insulate an existing building or room, e.g. during a renovation. The advantage of this type of heating is the possibility to regulate the temperature by means of temperature sensors or thermostats. It can also be used as a support for already existing heating elements.
Choosing a type of heating
Every home is different and has different heating needs. That is why we approach each installation individually, providing you with advice and assistance. Thanks to the many years of experience of our fitters, we are able to ensure the highest quality of our services.