Cost-effective and safe Infraheat underfloor heating
A widely-heated House can be seen as a top-notch solution in regard to living comfort. Most of the power for the underfloor heating is produced with inexpensive off-peak electricity and the heat retained in the concrete is released into the room air during the day. Heat release is mostly regulated by the floor coating.
The room’s temperature can be made very stable with ceiling heating. With it, the thermostats maintain the room temperature within 0.5 degrees of the desired warmth. Using the combination of underfloor and ceiling heating is very suitable for all new detached houses. With the INFRAHEAT heating solution, top class living comfort does not have to be expensive. An electrical heating solution produces half the cost of a water circulation heating system. We also heartily recommend combining ceiling, underfloor and electrical heating.
INFRAHEAT ceiling and underfloor heating is not based on the circulation of water inside the structures. For this reason, it also does not have the risk for water damage or the risk of mould that is caused by moisture damage.
Cost estimate for a ceiling and underfloor heating combination
The acquisition price for small house heating equipment is made for the ceiling and underfloor heating distribution method. Heat distribution is carried out with ceiling and underfloor heating, complemented with direct underfloor heating in washroom and stone-covered floor spaces. The default house is a one-storey detached house with an indoor area of 120 m² and room height of 2.5 m.
The INFRAHEAT heating foil ceiling and floor application executed as in the picture below:
Heating foils 125 W/m² (rated power 15 W/m³) heating power 3,75 kW