Why Choose and Underfloor Heating System?
eating from an under floor source is ideal for hard surfaces which do not warm easily, such as bathroom tiles. This form of heating gently circulates air, decreasing the amount of dust particles that may result from hard blowing heat ventilation.
This is also an efficient and practical heating methodology for homes under renovation or being newly constructed and is a system that is highly customisable. This type of heating installation is environmentally sustainable and healthy as well.
In-slab Heating Systems
These systems heat floors through cables installed inside of a concrete layer directly beneath them. Due to the concrete’s excellent ability to store and emit heat over a consistent period of time, this method poses low to no risk of fires or malfunction.
How Does In-Slab Heating Work?
The slab of concrete absorbs heat, storing it overnight and then releasing during the day, warming the floor material that lies above it. It’s suitable for use with stone, carpet or polished stone flooring.
For those taking advantage of off-peak heating rates, in-slab heating is especially economical as it uses heat at non-peak times and then allowing it to dissipate during daylight hours.
Sprint Electrical offers solution from the ground up. Advice on the construction of floor heating plans and consultation on different heating systems is free of charge. From planning to power supply installation, connection, and commissioning, Sprint Electrical’s licensed professionals are able to manage complex heating installation projects at a reasonable price.
Design and planning stages are among the most important in efficient heating installation, and through this process the customer can expect a fair quote and honest advice on power load schedule.
Sprint Electrical are staffed with licensed professionals with the knowledge to plant the optimal heating system for any project.
Sprint Electrical also offers other heating solutions such as Devicell insulation panels which provide radiant heating much in the same way that in-slab installations do, but for wood floors. Wood, in contrast to other floors, will expand and contract with fluctuating temperatures requiring that any heat distributed dissipate through the floor in a mild and regulated way.
They avoid damage to wood floors. Heat controls available through Devicell panels moderate heat distribution for maximum heating. The methods of installation and wiring requirements differ from those required for in-slab concrete based heating installation.