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Floor Preparation & Floor Surfaces

Below are our useful guides and articles about underfloor heating floor preparation and the type of floor surface underfloor heating can be laid on.

Prior to laying tiles, all concrete and wooden sub-floors should be properly primed with a good quality floor primer such as RF-PRIMER or QUICKHEAT. read more...

15th December 2015 Neil Fairburn

Electric underfloor heating is fast becoming a staple requirement in homes around the world. As the requirement for better insulation and thermal efficiency increases in popularity with savvy property owners, at the same time the need for underfloor heating installations within existing homes is on the rise. But can underfloor heating systems be a main heat source in the home? The short answer is yes, but knowing how to properly install it can make all the difference. read more...

29th October 2015 Neil Fairburn

If the underfloor heating can be designed in conjunction with a newly laid concrete floor a practical solution is to use a cable in screed electric heating system with heating cables type RFC17 embedded under a minimum 65mm floor screed. This would not be possible on wooden sub-floors. read more...

20th October 2015 Neil Fairburn

If the underfloor heating can be designed in conjunction with a newly laid concrete floor a practical solution is to use a cable in screed electric heating system with heating cables type RFC17 embedded under a minimum 65mm floor screed. This would not be possible on wooden sub-floors. read more...

17th October 2015 Neil Fairburn

Underfloor heating if you have never tried it, is a real luxury; the ability to walk on a nice warm floor even in the midst of winter is definitely a most pleasurable experience! In addition, provided you have a well-insulated property; it can be a much more efficient way of heating your property compared to using radiators. This is because the temperature the floor is heated to is much lower than trying to heat with radiators, hence less energy is required and when heat rises a more even distribution of heat is achieved.

15th October 2015 Neil Fairburn
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