Underfloor

Heating & Cooling

 

An absolute treat for you feet on a cold winter´s day or in the sweltering summer period!

 

UFH/C is a great space-saver as well as an energy-efficient way to warm up your household.  

 

Underfloor Heating

Hot-water (or wet) system

 

Uses Water produced from your central heating system (Heating Only)

Wet systems basically use warm water from the central heating system. The water is pumped through plastic pipes that are laid on to a sub floor, before the new final surface is installed.

Underfloor heating of this type also reduces water-heating costs as it uses water at a lower temperature than standard radiators (about 40°C to 65°C to give a floor temperature of between 23°C and 32°C).

 

Underfloor Heating & Cooling

Hot-water (or wet) system

Uses Water produced by a Reversible air source heat pump (Heating & Cooling)

Up to 80% of the energy required to heat or cool is produced by the heat pump and is free of charge.

 

Electric mat (or wire) systems

 

Electric systems feature cables which are attached to open-weave mesh mats. There are, however, newer types where the elements are embedded into a continuous roll. The mats or rolls are spread out on the floor, connected together and are then linked up to the thermostat and mains power supply.

In general, whilst electric systems are cheaper to install, and cause less disruption to existing floor structure, they are more expensive to run than wet systems, which are more cost efficient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Uponor provides solutions for water based floor heating/cooling systems for new builds or when renovating an existing one.

 

Underfloor  systems are an extremely healthy option when heating/cooling your home.

The invisible installation means no more ugly radiators to clean or visible pipes interupting the flow of your rooms.

 

Underfloor heating is a great alternative to traditional air conditioning systems;  no unplesant units on the walls and no drying from xtruded cool air

As the system produces little or no dust, it is the perfect option for allergy sufferers. 

 

For floor heating/cooling, every square meter of your home can be utilized for warming or cooling  the room and provides a healthy indoor environment. It is possible to use different heat sources, but will be most effective with renewable energy sources. Using underfloor systems saves up to 12 percent on energy and operational costs when compared to conventional heating/cooling systems.