Wet Underfloor Heating
Wet underfloor heating is a type of heating system that uses pipes filled with hot water to warm up a room from the ground up. The pipes are installed within the flooring and are connected to a central boiler or heat pump. As hot water is pumped through the pipes, it radiates heat upwards, warming the entire floor surface and creating a comfortable, even heat throughout the room.
Wet underfloor heating is an efficient and cost-effective way to heat a building, as it distributes heat more evenly than traditional radiators and operates at lower temperatures, resulting in lower energy bills. Additionally, because the system is hidden under the floor, it eliminates the need for bulky radiators or other heating equipment, creating more space and a cleaner aesthetic in the room.