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Which style of flooring is most suitable for underfloor heating?

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Answered by RJM Multi Trade Ltd T/A Bog Standard Plumbing

19th December 2019

RJM Multi Trade Ltd T/A Bog Standard Plumbing answered the question "Which style of flooring is most suitable for underfloor heating?"

With the modern improvement any floor covering can not be used with an underfloor heating system. The only thing is to check the suitable of the product for underfloor because of the constant temperature. With this in mind your adhesive and sealants should state their suitability for underfloor heating.

Answered by Electrical Innovations (Derby) Ltd

21st March 2019

Electrical Innovations (Derby) Ltd answered the question "Which style of flooring is most suitable for underfloor heating?"

All types of floor is suitable for underfloor heating, both wet and dry systems. Tiles work really well and you will immediately feel a big difference when the heating is on. It would be best to consult your installers in advance as the underfloor heating system would ned to be designed to suit the chosen floor covering.

Answered by S & L Plumbers

10th February 2019

S & L Plumbers answered the question "Which style of flooring is most suitable for underfloor heating?"

You can get underfloor heating fitted in pretty much any home and under almost any type of flooring. It can also be tailored to your needs, the room it will sit in and the flooring type, so that you get the right heat output for your home. This including vinyl, laminate, stone and ceramic flooring. The last two are ideal because they are better conductors and will hold the heat for longer. But underfloor heating will even work under carpet although it’s wise to keep it to 1.5 tog, otherwise it could actually absorb most of the heat before it enters the room.

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