What is Underfloor Heating?
Underfloor heating essentially works by turning the floor area into a giant, efficient and invisible heat emitter. Heating tubes or cables are installed beneath the floor, which heat up, to warm the garage from the ground up. Strong, flexible tubing is used for warm water underfloor heating systems, whilst cables are used in electric underfloor heating systems.
Because underfloor heating covers such a large surface area, it is able to use much lower water temperatures than radiators. This helps to improve efficiency – especially with a heat pump – and also better heats a garage as there are no cold spots.
Underfloor Heating Garage
Underfloor heating is a way of heating a garage through strong and flexible tubing that is embedded in the floor. It is efficient and affordable, offering numerous advantages over radiators.
There are various types of underfloor heating systems available. The best underfloor heating solution for you will depend on a range of factors including your project type, your current heating system and energy source.