A heated floor is a luxury that everyone can afford, regardless of the wallet. This unconventional solution impresses with its efficiency, although it has its drawbacks. Is it worth installing a floor heating system in your bathroom or the entire house or apartment? We answer.
Favourable temperature distribution in the room
The temperature is evenly distributed throughout the floor. It will be warmer on the feet and cooler on the head. This means that if the whole room is cooler by 2 degrees Celsius, the user will not feel it in the slightest. The heating surfaces are warm. Their temperature, however, does not exceed the temperature of the human body. Therefore the possibility of burns is excluded.
Underfloor heating works great in every possible way. Radiators and pipes do not take up any extra space. This increases the freedom of interior design, additional furniture, wardrobes, buildings, etc.
The way to dust
In the case of hydronic underfloor heating, dust does not spread excessively and does not settle on the floor. Then the floor is cleaned and vacuumed less often, which makes it easier to work during the daily maintenance of order in the apartment. It is also an allergy-friendly solution.
The advantages of underfloor heating include low investment costs. In the case of water heating, we will also spend little on an operation, because we are dealing with a low-temperature heating system. Electric underfloor heating is associated with an increase in electricity bills.
High heat inertia
The underfloor water heating warms up slowly and cools down. It is also more difficult to lower the room temperature during the absence of household members and at night.
The underfloor heating installation is a durable, ergonomic and aesthetic solution. It guarantees maximum convenience with minimum costs and occasional activities related to system maintenance. Therefore, it is worth choosing to install underfloor heating in the bathroom, kitchen or the entire apartment.