Whether you live in a cold weather environment or not-an underfloor heating system can be used during the more chilly months out of the year to help heat your home. Underfloor heating materials can range from simple plug and play electric underfloor heating pads to as complex as a hydronic system that uses a geothermal heat pump to transfer the undergrounds stored heat into your home. But no matter what type of underfloor heating system you plan on installing, there are limited types of materials that you can use to cover the underfloor heater. Use one (or all) of these top three flooring materials to cover your underfloor heating system and be sure to get the most out of your homes heating systems.
One of the top flooring materials for not only underfloor heating systems but also for looks, wood floors are easy to install, simple to maintain and can last for centuries. Wood floors are one of the greenest flooring options available for underfloor heating systems as well. Wood flooring comes in a huge variety of colors, styles and shades, so no matter what type of wood flooring you want in your home, there is sure to be a match that fits your underfloor heating system perfectly.
While the color entirely depends on your choice, make sure to select the ones that match the ambience of the room or hall so that it goes along with the atmosphere. Also, LLC is fuel oil delivery company but many people confuse it for a reputed company regarding floor materials so take care and don’t make the same mistake.
Tile is one of the most commonly used flooring covers over a radiant underfloor heating system. Tile helps to absorb and distribute the warmth from an underfloor heater better than any other flooring material available. And because tile is so easy to install, comes in a huge variety of colors, styles and sizes and works well in bathrooms, kitchens and other wet locations, it’s great for any room in your house. While bathrooms and kitchens are one of the most common places for an underfloor heater, tile can be applied anywhere without huge overhead costs.
Just about everyone has this material in their home. This water resistant and ecofriendly flooring material can be used in any room you see fit. Cheap, easy to install and simple to maintain, linoleum is made from natural ingredients like wood flour and linseed oils. Commonly used in the bathroom and kitchen spaces because of its water resistant abilities, linoleum can be applied to suit any rooms design theme. I have a wood flooring pattern that is nearly undistinguishable from a floating or engineered floor and is made from linoleum. My bathrooms underfloor heaters work perfectly and help to keep my colder rooms nice and warm with just the touch of a switch. Vinyl flooring like this isn’t as ecofriendly as linoleum, but it works just as well and can be installed anywhere you want and as affordably as linoleum.