How does underfloor heating work?
Answered by BoilerOne
6th June 2019
BoilerOne answered the question "How does underfloor heating work?"
Underfloor Heating is heating water pumped via a manifold which splits areas into zones, controlled with a programmable thermostat, the boiler heats the water and pumped through the underfloor pipework. BoilerOne recommend you consult a verified plumber to advise on installation options.
Answered by PG Plumbing
26th March 2019
PG Plumbing answered the question "How does underfloor heating work?"
Under floor heating is exactly as it says Instead of or in addition to radiators you have pipework running under the floor finish . This is normally in a screed but can be various other methods . The screeded type then heats the floor and the heat rises . Each area heated by underfloor has a stat and these areas are callled zones . This is all fed from a manifold You can also get electric under floor heating but mainly this is used for smaller areas like bathrooms , cloak rooms .
Answered by Raistrick gas
24th March 2019
Raistrick gas answered the question "How does underfloor heating work?"
Underfloor heating can be either a system that pumps warm water through piping under the floor (a 'wet' system) or electric coils placed under the floor (a 'dry' system). Taking advantage of the basic principle that heat rises, warmth from under the floor is radiated into the room