Underfloor Heating

Modern electrical heating solutions
for various types of flooring surfaces.

Underfloor Heating Mat

Underfloor heating mats add to the ease of installation having the heating cable pre-spaced on to a mesh, ensuring the heat is distributed evenly across the tiled floor.  Heating mats are quick and easy to install, making them the perfect off-the-shelf product for DIY markets.  The matting can be cut and turned to fit any room and navigate around fixed obstacles.  Installed directly beneath the floor covering with tile adhesive, they increase floor level by only 3mm.

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Under Laminate Heating Foil

Under laminate heating foils are designed for use under lamnate, engineered and most solid wood floors, having the heating cable pre-spaced onto an Aluminium foil.  They are quick and easy to install, making them the perfect off-the-shelf product for DIY markets.  The matting can be cut and turned to fit any room and navigate around fixed obstacles.  Installed directly beneath the floor covering, increasing floor level by only 2mm.

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Underfloor Heating Wire

Loose wires are the ideal solution for small or awkward floor areas.  We currently offer wires with 10w and 12w per linear meter.  The closer you space the wire, the higher the output per square meter.  The wires are suitable for use directly beneath tiled floors or under some carpet/vinyl and wooden floors.  All our heating wires are twin wire with earth screened, they are safe for use in bathrooms and wet locations.  Although the wires are thin, its Teflon outer sheath gives it a high mechanic strength and its multi-stranded heating elements offer good flexibility.

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Inscreed Heating Cable

Inscreed heating cable is designed for installation in concrete screed, and is ideal for new-build projects where floor height is not an issue. The Inscreed cable is suitable for almost any flooring finish. With slower heat-up and cool-down speed, the inscreed cable heating system is suitable for rooms which are in constant use. In addition, the screed can be used as a form of heat storage and result in cost savings by making use of discounted electricity rates during non-peak hours.

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