Hot water in floor radiant heating
Water radiant floor heating or, in other words, a radiant floor is a floor where the temperature is always higher than the ambient air
Radiant heating can significantly improve your comfort. It can warm your entire house or just problem areas such as the kitchen, bathroom, basement or hall. Whatever your option, you will increase your comfort as well as the resale value of your property.
Whether it is for new properties or renovations, radiant floor heating system is the perfect addition to every home. Whatever the nature of the project, radiant floor heating system is a sustainable investment for comfort. The gentle radiant heat provided by this type of heating acts directly on the body and avoids overheating the room.
For lower floors and garages, the tubing is fixed to the reinforcing mesh before the introduction of the concrete slab. Installing radiant heating in concrete floors is easy and very cost-effective.
Poured Floor Underlayment
The tubing is installed over the suspended timber floor and incorporated into the poured sub-floor layer.
The tubing is installed over the sub-floor and coupled with heat exchange plates. This alternative to lightweight concrete is ideally suited for upgrades and expansion.
The tubing can be installed between the floor joists. Installation between joists is ideal for upgrading and expansion, as well as the upper floors of your new home.