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Why Underfloor Heating
Most of us are used to standard radiators and assume they do the job of heating spaces reasonable well, but they are in fact inefficient and wasteful and have high running costs. Not only do they use a great deal of energy to heat up once the thermostat is switched on, but they also emit heat in a small area of the room, leaving "cold-spots" and creating uneven room temperatures.
Installing Underfloor Heating
Electric Underfloor Heating is usually installed on top of a concrete or timber substrate, underneath your desired floor finish. A layer of insulation should always be included to minimise downward heat loss and maximise the efficiency of your electric underfloor heating system.
You can tile directly over the top of our electric underfloor heating systems and if you are using timber, carpet or vinyl flooring then simply apply a layer of flexible self levelling compound before laying your desired floor finish.
We also have foil-based underfloor heating systems available that are specifically designed for use under laminate flooring. These systems are just a few millimeters thick and will add that warm comfortable feeling to an engineered timber floor.
Why Ambient-Elec for your Electric Underfloor Heating
Ambient Electric Underfloor Heating Systems all use non-corrosive, flexible heating elements with a low profile allowing them to easily be installed directly underneath floor finishes. Electric underfloor heating systems use far fewer components and are much simpler to install than plumbed-in (hydronic) systems**. We carry an extensive range of products for differing applications, levels of heat output and ease of installation; So whether you are an experienced trade professional or DIY enthusiast looking to bring warmth and value into your home, Ambient Electric Underfloor Heating has the solution for you.
Our electric underfloor heating systems can be under laminate floors, for heating under tiles, under wooden floor heating, and floor warming systems that include under shower floor heating. Power consumption for electric floor heating systems are not based on voltage but on the wattage output of the installed heating element.