In-floor heating is one of the most appealing types of heating systems. What is the reason for this? How does an in-floor heating system work? Today we are going to answer all those questions! Keep clicking to learn more.
In-floor heating uses electrical wires or hot water pipes to generate heat from underneath the floor. Since all components are underneath the floor, in-floor heating takes up less space than forced-air heating. As a result, it cannot be seen! Though you won't see it, you'll feel its presence.
Water or electricity is embedded in the floor to heat rooms with in-floor heating. As the heat radiates from the floor, it’s absorbed by surrounding objects, which helps to warm the house. Hydronic and electric in-floor heating systems are available.
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known as hot water heating, circulates heated water through tubes installed throughout the house.
utilizes electricity to generate heat and distributes it through thin wires installed directly under the floor.
The installation process for both types of underfloor heating is similar, with parts embedded underneath the floor. Hydronic heating installation, however, is more complex than electrical heating, which is more of a DIY project. As a result, you will need to hire a professional.
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