Hydronic Underfloor Heating Systems Supplies & Installation

Hydronic Underfloor Heating

Overview

Modern Comfort Heating with Low Running Costs

KEY BENEFITS

   DUST FREE

Hydronic floor heating considerably reduces the amount of traveling dust particles that are usually stirred by air duct heating systems. This is a great relief to allergy and asthma sufferers.

   ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Although hydronic floor heating upfront costs tend to be higher than electric systems, it is still very economical to run compare to other traditional heating systems.

   BEST-CLASS WARRANTY

Hydronic underfloor heating systems require a certain level of maintenance over the years. For example boilers require regular servicing and may need to be replaced after 10 years of use. However, our piping systems have a best-in-class warranty of 25 years!

SUITABLE FLOOR COVERINGS

Hydronic floor heating is a great option for large, open entertaining areas. It works well under cold floor coverings such as marble, stone, slate, polished concrete and all varieties of tiles. It may also be used under carpet and timber floors, although we recommend inquiring with the carpet and timber manufacturers before the installation.

HYDRONIC UNDER FLOOR HEATING APPLICATIONS

Hydronic underfloor heating is ideal for areas with surfaces over 60m2. Lounges and open plan concepts are perfect for hydronic underfloor heating. Hydronic floor heating is installed in the following systems: in-screed or in-slab for various hard type flooring like tile and concrete and diffusion plates for under battened timber floors.

Whether you are contemplating a renovation or including hydronic underfloor heating for your new home, below is a guide that will help to determine your ideal installation for your floor covering type.

Building Type Floor Construction Floor Covering Underfloor Heating Type
Electric (Heating Cables) Hydronic (heating pipes)
In-Slab In-Screed Under-Tile In-Slab In-Screed Quick Heat
New Floor Construction Slab Tiles
Carpet
Floating Timber
Battened Timber
Lightweight Suspended Tiles
Carpet
Floating Timber
Battened Timber ✔* ✔*
Existing Floor Structure Slab Tiles
Carpet
Floating Timber
Battened Timber
Lightweight Suspended Tiles
Carpet
Floating Timber
Battened Timber ✔* ✔*

× = not appropriate

√ = appropriate

* The space in between the battens needs to be filled with screed

SYSTEM COMPONENTS

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