With underfloor heating you can have the heat just where you want it even in bathrooms and kitchens where wall space for radiators is limited.
The most important rooms in the home at that time in the morning are the bathroom and kitchen. Why turn the heating on all over the house just to heat two rooms. With underfloor heating on timers you can make sure these rooms are ready for you every morning.
With underfloor heating you can have the heat just where you want it even in bathrooms and kitchens where wall space for radiators is limited. Underfloor heating is particularly good in hallways where the linear nature of the space can mean that the heat source is at one end of the hall and the cold comes in at the other.
And, of course, tiling is ideal for hallways as all the effects of muddy kid’s boots, dripping dogs, and leaking carrier bags can be removed with just a quick mop. You can even install it undertile heating outside. Our members tell us that they are increasingly being asked to provide underfloor heating systems beneath tiles outside, on patios etc. to keep them free of ice and snow.
Undertile heating is an energy efficient solution to heating as it spreads the heat evenly across the room. It is quick and easy to install. Underfloor heating is particularly good with tiled floors as it is simple to install at the same time as the tiles are laid and only adds a few millimetres to the floor height. Tiles are a great at storing and conducting heat. Early storage heaters were just metal boxes full of bricks and like bricks tiles are made of clay which stores heat and gives it off gradually.