Water Underfloor Heating Systems from Help to Build

There are two main types of underfloor heating, one is powered by your homes electricity mains, the other is uses hot water from your boiler to heat your floors via a manifold. Water-based underfloor heating systems are a great way to ensure you reduce your heating costs in the long term. A warm water underfloor heating system uses a thermostat and a manifold that is connected to your boiler, this helps to control the amount of heat being generated and avoid the higher running costs that an electric system may generate. 

A warm water underfloor heating system is also very reliable even during the colder months, it is during these months that a water system can save you money over an electric system, power companies have been known to increase energy rates during peak hours.

Take a look at this video to how exactly it's done.

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