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Why Would You Choose
the Concrete Slab Heating?

Installation and benefits of concrete slab heating system

Concrete slab heating is also known as radiant heating system and this is one the most popular heating systems in the world. You can find various types of heating systems in the market such as gas heating, electric heaters and solar heating systems. But, gas heating and electric heaters are very expensive and they consume huge fuel which increases the electricity cost when regularly used. You can try using the solar heaters for your rooms as well. However, you cannot achieve the total comforts during winter with such solar panels as it is dependent on sunrays. The concrete slab heating system on the other hand is very effective and gives warmth all throughout the year. You can also control the heat of this heating system and divide your home in separate heating zones fulfilling your distinct need for warmth.

Worker installing in-floor heating system
Concrete slab heating system is also known as in-floor radiant heating,
being installed under the floor, where it generates heat via pipelines.

What is concrete slab heating system?

The concrete slab heating system is a radiant heating system where you install pipelines under the floor or between the floor joints of the property. As you switch on the heating system it starts generating hot water through these underneath pipelines. The pipelines get heated soon and they transfer the heat to your floor and then to the entire home or office space. It is suggested to install such concrete slab heating system right during your renovation or construction period rather than installing it at a later stage. Initially, the installation cost of the concrete slab heating can cost you little more, but you can save a lot in future. You do not need to spend any additional maintenance cost on these heating systems and it will save your power consumption costs too.

Floor pipelines for hydronic heating
The easiets way to install concrete slan heating is during the construction
period or if you are renovating your home, to avoid high costs.

What are the benefits of concrete slab heating system?

Also known as floor radiant heating, concrete slab heating provides the following benefits and conveniences in your home.

Separate heating controls for all rooms:

Reverse cycle heating or forced heating can provide the warmth to only a limited space. They also require installation of separate electric heaters or heating meshes in different rooms. In addition to that you cannot control the heat or room temperature of your entire house from individual units. The concrete slab heating system is the best option because they can provide you equalized heat to your entire house and you can control the temperature of your different rooms according to your distinct preferences as well. Even in the winter you can walk on your floor surfaces with bare feet and you will get comfort or warmth in all your rooms. Installation of the concrete slab heating system in your house makes the home space cozy and warm.

Fresh and filtered air quality:

If you install the ducted heating system in your home then you might in the long run suffer from some airborne diseases. This is because such ducts or vents can spread pollutants through air. It is not possible to clean the ducts of vents every day. If you use a reverse cycle heating or air conditioning system it will also spread dry air in all your rooms and you can suffer from serious breathing problems even here if they are not maintained regularly. Concrete slab heating does not require such maintenance. They pass water through the pipes which is heated and this makes the space warm. If you want to keep your family safe and healthy, you must install the concrete slab heating in your rooms.

Easy to keep the heating system hidden:

It is difficult to hide a ducted heating system. From an aesthetic perspective having various vents and ducts on walls and ceilings is not a pleasant scene. You can easily install the radiant heating or concrete slab heating under the floor surface and hide the pipelines with the decorated floor tiles.

In-floor hydronic heating system
When the pipelines have been installed under the floor, the water in the pipes
is heated, generating heating in the floor, which also heats the room.

Concrete slab heating systems provide better control over noise pollution and hence it is perfect for your house or business. There can be no other better alternative heating system than this for various living spaces.

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