Uponor Comfort E Cable Mat 160w Per M2 Electric Underfloor Heating
From £ 37.65+vat
Uponor Comfort E Foil Mat 140w Per M2 Electric Underfloor Heating
From £ 61.02+vat
Uponor 1088707 Comfort E Aluminium Foil Insulation
£ 14.35+vat
Uponor 1088819 T-86 Comfort E Digital Programmable Thermostat
£ 49.09+vat

Uponor Comfort E

You’ll love living with Comfort E, Uponor’s new electrical underfloor heating solution. Easy to set up and quick to respond, Comfort E enriches your everyday life.

 

Simply choose your mat (aluminium or cable) and thermostat (dial or digital) to benefit from electrical underfloor heating



Is electrical underfloor heating suitable
for all floor coverings?





This is a common question that many homeowners understandably have when deciding whether to install electrical underfloor heating. Although, electric underfloor heating can be installed under all floor types there are certain things to be aware of beforehand. The content on the following pages will hopefully shed some light on to these considerations.



Tiles



Generally speaking, this is the best finish for electrical underfloor heating, as the highly conductive surface ensures the maximum amount of heat passes through and consequently spreads across the room. In order to ensure the system works to its maximum capacity, the floor surface cannot exceed 29 degrees. Tiles will also need to be "fully bonded" on to the surface.

Generally speaking, this is the best finish for electrical underfloor heating, as the highly conductive surface ensures the maximum amount of heat passes through and consequently spreads across the room. In order to ensure the system works to its maximum capacity, the floor surface cannot exceed 29 degrees. Tiles will also need to be "fully bonded" on to the surface.




Laminate and Wood



  • Laminate and Wood surfaces are perfectly compatible with electrical underfloor heating, although
    it is recommended that the thickness does not exceed 20mm. Thinner laminates work a lot better, as they offer better conductivity.



Vinyl


This can be used providing the material thickness does not exceed 6mm and has a thermal resistance of less than 0.15w/mk. If you would like to install electrical underfloor heating under this surface, please check with your supplier first




    Carpet



    Although electrical underfloor heating can be installed under carpet, its insulation properties can reduce any potential
    benefits. However providing the tog rating of the carpet is under 2.5, electric underfloor heating can work effectively

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