Underfloor heating systems are more preferable systems for residences than other systems in terms of cost, usage and comfort. For this reason, they have been widely used in residential heating in recent years.
Underfloor heating systems for residences are systems that can be used easily in rooms or wet areas such as bathrooms. It also provides application variety in terms of being applicable under all kinds of surface coatings.
How Do Residential Underfloor Heating Systems Work?
Underfloor heating system for residences can be of three main types: water pipe, electric or carbonic film. The most preferred heating system is the electric underfloor heating system . In electrical systems, heating is provided via electrical cables. After laying the pipes or cables in the electric heating system, a thin screed can be laid on it, and it can be covered with the desired floor surface. Even if materials such as parquet, natural stone, tiles and ceramics are covered, efficient heating continues.
What are the Benefits of Underfloor Heating System for Houses?
Underfloor heating systems for residences are healthy. It does not create excessively hot areas, and temperature differences do not occur between rooms.
The underfloor heating system has no noise and works without disturbing anyone.
Due to the low-grade heating systems, it provides an efficient room temperature and a quality air in the room.
Underfloor heating systems for residential buildings are based on the principle of radiant heating. Radiant heating is one of the methods closest to the natural heating principle.
With the thermostat, the temperature of the whole house can be controlled, as well as the temperature of the rooms one by one. Rooms can be heated more or less if necessary.
In residential underfloor heating systems, it is quite economical since the total consumption is low. It saves up to 40 percent compared to other systems.
This heating system can be installed on walls vertically as well as horizontally when desired.
Indoor underfloor heating systems minimize dust and mite formation.
In-house underfloor heating systems can also be applied as part of the house, if desired. For example, it can only be installed in the bathroom.
Indoor underfloor heating systems are aesthetic. It does not contain the visual pollution of the honeycombs in the classical heating system. It expands the usable area of the room.
They are long-lasting and safe systems. It does not pose a fire risk and once installed, it lasts for more than 50 years on average.