Floor and under floor heating for the new millennium

Compared to undertile heating systems,a heating system underscreed should be installed under a concrete layer (topping) of at least 25mm or more.The necessary expansion joints on larger floor surfaces are essential.Heating system underscreed covers approximately 75 % of the floor surface.


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Installation Instructions

Installed directly under the final floor screed (topping), thin heating cables (1-2 mm) do not alter the floor level. Heating elements cover approximately 75% of the floor surface. A 100% floor coverage is possible but not recommended.

For bathrooms, kitchens and offices the walkable areas are fully covered to prevent cold spots which can be unpleasant. These heating panels are custom built on site to ensure customer satisfaction at all times. Once the elements are spread evenly over the floor area, they are covered with a polyester fibre mesh followed by a mixture of self-levelling super screed and inder that contains a bonding agent.

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