In an electric system, a series of electric wires are installed beneath or within your flooring as a means of heating an area or room - a cold, tiled bathroom floor, for example.
The electric system you install will depend on the size of the room and how well insulated it is, what the flooring below is like, whether it is insulated and the type of flooring you'll have on top. Options include loose-fit wiring, flexible enough to fit into small or awkward spaces, electric cable systems, or heating mats you roll out to cover larger areas.
There are 4 main types of systems available:
Underfloor Heating Mats
Underfloor heating mats are our most used system. All you need to do is roll out the mat until it's used up. The cable can be removed from the mat to shape into any awkward spaces if needed.
This system is ideal for kitchens, lounges, dining rooms and most other areas and comes in 3 different power outputs; 100w, 150w and 200w.
Our advanced aluminium heating mats are designed to be installed under carpet and vinyl floors.
The foil heating mats are 500mm wide and are fully earth screened utilising an aluminium foil covering, this means they can be installed in wet areas such as bathrooms & kitchens, in full compliance with electrical & building regulations.
Our loose wire systems are ideal for smaller, more awkward, areas such as bathrooms.
The cable comes as one long continuous roll, on a drum, and your installer has to space the cable out evenly over the floor, this offers them freedom to space the cable evenly no matter how awkward the room shape.