Underfloor heating is the most luxurious form of heating as its radiant heat is evenly distributed throughout the room—wall to wall, floor to ceiling—right where you feel it the most.
With Underfloow Heating, hard floor surfaces are warm to the touch, and with no air being blown around it is totally silent. What’s more, underfloor systems are totally hidden from view and, unlike radiators or surface-mounted heat pumps, take up no wall space. This makes it ideal for large open plan homes, or homes with lots of glazing.
Underfloor heating systems can operate with air-to-water and geothermal heat pumps, or with boilers fuelled by gas, diesel or wood.
This flexibility, coupled with economical running costs compared to other electric radiant systems, means that hydronic underfloor heating is becoming highly desired by discerning kiwi homeowners and house builders.
- Always come home to a warm house
- Ideal heat distribution for human body (warmest at feet, coolest near head)
- Suitable for all floor types and takes the chill off polished concrete and tiled floors
- Options available for new and existing homes
- Different zones can be set to different temperatures
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